The Journal of Heredity

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American breeders association, 1914 - Breeding
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Page 317 - I am come that ye might have life, and that ye might have it more abundantly.
Page 562 - the study of agencies under social control that may improve or impair the racial qualities of future generations, either physically or mentally.
Page 300 - Resolved, That copies of these resolutions be sent to the President of the United States, and to the members of the Committee on Immigration of the Senate.
Page 562 - Heredity is that biological law by which all beings endowed with life tend to repeat themselves in their descendants : it is for the species what personal identity is for the individual.
Page 238 - The sins of the fathers shall be visited upon the children unto the third and fourth generation...
Page 148 - ... as in ancient Jewish times ; where the pride of race was encouraged (of course I do not refer to the nonsensical sentiment of the present day, that goes under that name) ; where the weak could find a welcome and a refuge in celibate monasteries or sisterhoods, and lastly, where the better sort of emigrants and refugees from other lands were invited and welcomed, and their descendants naturalized.
Page 414 - As remarks a suggestive writer, the first requisite to success in life is "to be a good animal," and to be a nation of good animals is the first condition to national prosperity.
Page 238 - There are also celestial bodies, and bodies terrestrial; but the glory of the celestial is one, and the glory of the terrestrial is another.
Page 560 - This is precisely the aim of Eugenics. Its first object is to check the birth-rate of the unfit instead of allowing them to come into being, though doomed in large numbers to perish prematurely. The second object is the improvement of the race by furthering the productivity of the fit by early marriage and the healthful rearing of their children.
Page 230 - The result was that in many instances the offspring failed to breed; in others they produced few that lived; and of the latter many were idiotic, without sense, even to suck, and when attempting to move could not walk straight.

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