The War of the Unborn: Eugenics, Sex Hygiene, and Children's Welfare a Patriotic Duty, a State Responsibility, and an Urgent Measure of Preparedness
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birth-rate, Eugenics Record Office, sex hygiene, children's welfare, Children's Year, Charles B. Davenport, Woodrow Wilson, William Snow, William Zinsser, venereal disease, Julia Lathrop, early education, Irving Fisher, pamphlet
A typed copy of an essay written by Francis Mairs Huntington-Wilson. Within, Wilson sets up an argument for the creation of a pamphlet to educate the public about eugenics, sex hygiene, and children's welfare for the benefit of the nation.
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Huntington-Wilson, Francis Mairs, "The War of the Unborn: Eugenics, Sex Hygiene, and Children's Welfare a Patriotic Duty, a State Responsibility, and an Urgent Measure of Preparedness" (1918). World War I Era Documents, 1914-1918. 70.