not attribute it to the weakened reproductive properties of the individuals, but to the thousands of other bad conditions against which they fight a desperate and incessant battle' ( Bérenger-Féraud 1875: 491).
39.
In search for some alleviation for metropolitan unemployment, a surge of scientific reports appeared reassessing the medical arguments against European settlement in the tropics (as in the proceedings of the 1938 International Congress of Geography).
40.
I thank Barney Cohn for pressing me to engage this issue which I attend to more fully in subsequent work.

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