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"Studies in National Eugenics," by Francis Galton, subjects for eugenics inquiry communicated at meeting of Sociological Society (2/14/1905)
Date:
1905
Pages: (1|2|3|4)
Source:
University College London, GP, 182
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&quote;Studies in National Eugenics,&quote; by Francis Galton, subjects for eugenics inquiry communicated at meeting of Sociological Society (2/14/1905)

II. Studies in National Eugenics By Francis Galton, F.R.S., D.C.L., Sc.D. [centered score] Communicated at a meeting of the Sociological Society held in the School of Economics and Political Science (University of London), Clare Market, W.C., on Tuesday, February 14th, 1905. [centered score] It was stated in the [italics]Times[end italics], January 26, 1905, that at a meeting of the Senate of the University of London, Mr. Edgar Schuster, M.A., of New College, Oxford, was appointed to the Francis Galton Research Fellowship in National Eugenics. "Mr. Schuster will in particular carry out investigations into the history of classes and families, and deliver lectures and publish memoirs on the subjects of his investigations." Now that this appointment has been made, it seems well to publish a suitable list of subjects for eugenic inquiry. It will be a programme that binds no one, not even myself, for I have not yet had the advantage of discussing it with others, and may hereafter wish to largely revise and improve what is now provisionally sketched. The use of this paper lies in its giving a general outline of what, according to my present view, requires careful investigation, of course not all at once, but step by step, at possibly long intervals. I. Estimation of the average quality of the offspring of married couples, from their personal and ancestral data. This [end]

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