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[ANARCHISM] SWIFT, Morrison I.
Marriage and Race Death. The Foundations of an Intelligent System of Marriage
New York: Morrison I. Swift Press, 1906. First edition. A headlong and somewhat disjointed attack on capitalism, particularly on its baneful influence on women and moral institutions, especially marriage. Swift uses "race" in the most generic sense, and generally argues that all modern races have been equally degraded. He advocates...
FOOTE, E.B. [Edward Bliss]
The Radical Remedy in Social Science: or, Borning Better Babies Through Regulating Reproduction by Controlling Conception. An Earnest Essay on Pressing Problems
New York: Murray Hill Publishing Company, 1886. First Edition. A rather bold discussion of conraception as a path to "fewer and better babies." The author was a journalist and physician, an outspoken advocate for the dissemination of sexual information and a co-founder of the Free Speech League. He was an...
"Völk Woher, Völk Wohin? Erbbiologie im Lichte des Judentums. Holograph manuscript of 210 leaves, with additional material including research notes and source materials.
[Saarlouis, Germany: n.d. (ca 1936?)]. Lengthy, unpublished treatise, by a German-Jewish author, on the genetics of the Jewish race. Apparently written, perhaps naïvely, with the intention of justifying the eugenic character of generations of Jewish racial intermarriage and providing "uplift" to German Jews in the face of growing state-sponsored antisemitic...
Eugenics of the Negro Race. Reprinted from "The Scientific Monthly", July, 1917
N.p. [Washington, D.C.: by the Author, 1917], 1917. Brief but quite sophisticated discussion of the issue of race eugenics and whether the "professional class" of Negroes would be self-sustaining through its own reproductivity;" Miller's preliminary conclusion is that "the upper class is headed towards extinction, unless reinforced from the fruitful...
The Mulatto in the United States. Reprinted from "The American Journal of Sociology", July, 1917
N.p. [Washington, D.C.: by the Author, 1917], 1917. Review of Edward Byron Reuter's influential sociological treatise "The Mulatto in the United States." Miller offers a rather scathing review, characterizing the author as "provincial" and "pretentious" and particularly criticizing his definition of "mulatto" as "a general term to include all negroes...
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