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Poll: To what extent are American eugenicists to blame for the effects of the German eugenics movement? (3 member(s) have cast votes)

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megan_doyle

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My research question is: To what extent are American eugenicists to blame for the effects of the German eugenics movement?
I really like the topic. What do you think? Do you have any information regarding this? Sources about eugenics in history are incredibly hard to find, believe it or not. I'm still waiting on a couple books to come in from my library, and my first submission is due next Thursday. Meh.

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KYMattR

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It certainly seems like a good topic. I haven't studied this yet, but from what I understand there was a lot of contact between Americans and Germans. You could also find what eugenics issues Americans and Germans proponents of eugenics didn't agree on.
Sources are the kicker though.






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