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Maria Sophia Quine

forms of social intervention to improve the race would continue in the postwar period; but, eugenics had to keep up with scientific advancements and move with the times. Artom stressed that ‘eugenics and genetics must now work together to answer the question of whether human beings can actually be

William de Jong Lambert

played by the external environment in the development of the living organism had found fertile ground in fascist Germany. He gave a less positive interpretation of Galton, eugenics, and genetics, while referring to the great achievements in demonstrating the inheritance of acquired characteristics in the