‘Fixing’ human reproduction
This chapter presents a 1996 commentary on the field of eugenics and the eugenics movement in the US. It argues that modern efforts to preserve the lives of marginally-viable infants is, like the eugenics movement, a myopic effort to improve on nature by increasing the ‘efficiency’of human reproduction.
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