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" In mankind it would not be a matter of great difficulty to secure a general consensus of public opinion as to the least desirable, let us say, ten per cent of the community. When this unemployed and unemployable human residuum has been eliminated together... "
The Passing of the Great Race, Or, The Racial Basis of European History - Page 54
by Madison Grant - 1918 - 296 pages
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The Color of Race in America, 1900-1940

Matthew Pratt Guterl - History - 2009 - 256 pages
...were decidedly antidemocratic. "It would not be a matter of great difficulty," he offered casually, "to secure a general consensus of public opinion as...might ultimately become sufficiently intelligent to deliberately choose the most vital and intellectual strains to carry on the race."32 Passing was Grant's...
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Disrupting Savagism: Intersecting Chicana/o, Mexican Immigrant, and Native ...

Arturo J. Aldama - History - 2001 - 186 pages
...calls for a further "restriction" of non-Aryan races immigrating into the United States: "When the unemployed and unemployable human residuum has been...feeblemindedness associated therewith it would be easier to consider the advisability of further restricting the perpetuation of the least remaining...
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