A prize-winning essay on the means people used in ancient times to maintain population quality. The author, a proponent of eugenics himself, traces the idea of exterminating the weak in favor of the strong’s survival back to the ancients. Roper does not, as you would expect, limit his search to the ancient Greeks. He descents even further into the past until he reaches the very beginnings of man.
|Author||Rober, Allen G.|
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