In this landmark book Angus McLaren, co-author ofThe Bedroom and the State, examines the pervasiveness in Canada of the eugenic notion of "race betterment" and demonstrates that many Canadians believed that radical measures were justified to protect the community from the "degenerate."
Subjects: History, Psychology
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