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New York City, New York

In the 1927 case Buck vs. Bell, the Supreme Court said forced sterilization is a valid way to "rid society of those who might breed genetically inferior offspring." Learn about the history of eugenics in America, the scientists who developed and supported its theories and the movement that resulted in the forced sterilization of more than 65,000 Americans. The speaker, Harry Bruinius, is the author of Better for All the World: The Secret History of Forced Sterilization and America's Quest for Racial Purity.

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Added by mpineda on December 16, 2005

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