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The Segregation Of Defectives
The colony should be self-sufficing to the largest extent possible. Nothing should be done for it that it could do for itself. It should be a little world apart, a world of industry, a celibate world. Its citizens should enjoy all that is enjoyed anywhere, except, perhaps, the excitement, of popular elections and, certainly, the joys and sorrows of married life....
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Title: The Segregation Of Defectives
Creator: Alexander Johnson (author)
Date: 1903
Format: Article
Publication: Proceedings of the National Conference of Charities and Correction
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: vol.30, pp.245-253
Keywords: Blind; Cognitive Disability; Deaf; Economics; Epilepsy; Eugenics; Feeblemindedness; Government; Health & Medicine; Heredity; Ideologies; Indiana; Insanity; Institutions; Laws & Regulation; Massachusetts; Medicine & Science; Policy; Psychiatric Disability; Reproduction; Segregation; Sensory Disability; Sexuality; Sterilization; Tuberculosis
Topics: Government, Policy & Law; Institutions, Organizations & Corporations