Turning the Century: Essays in Media and Cultural Studies

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introduce to you Mr. Dash. He has been carefully selected as your mate.' And to him, 'Young man , behold the mother of your future children.' Does it not read charmingly?" ( Fielding-Hall 1914, 353).
56
Alexander Graham Bell was among those who called for intraclass breeding and encouraged monetary and cultural incentives for such (voluntary) action. See Bell 1913.
57
Wiggam 1924a ,b ,c.
58
Wiggam 1924a , 62.
59
Strother 1925, 444.

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Danbom , David. 1987. "The World of Hope". Progressives and the Struggle for an Ethical Public Life. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Davenport , Charles. 1913. "Heredity , Culpability , Praiseworthiness , Punishment , and Reward". Popular Science Monthly. Vol. 83: 33-39.

Dumenil , Lynn. 1995. The Modern Temper. American Culture and Society in the 1920s. New York: Hill and Wang.

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Fielding-Hall , H. 1914. "Eugenics and Common Sense". Atlantic Monthly. September: 348-354.

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