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Margaret Sanger S Eugenic Legacy

Author : Angela Franks
ISBN : 0786454040
Genre : Social Science
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Margaret Sanger, the American birth-control and population-control advocate who founded Planned Parenthood, stands like a giant among her contemporaries. With her dominating yet winning personality, she helped generate shifts of opinion on issues that were not even publicly discussed prior to her activism, while her leadership was arguably the single most important factor in achieving social and legislative victories that set the parameters for today’s political discussion of family-planning funding, population-control aid, and even sex education. This work addresses Sanger’s ideas concerning birth control, eugenics, population control, and sterilization against the backdrop of the larger eugenic context.

The Sterilization Movement And Global Fertility In The Twentieth Century

Author : Ian Robert Dowbiggin
ISBN : 9780195188585
Genre : Medical
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The author ends by shedding light on the practical and ethical difficulties of distinguishing coercion from choice in reproductive-health policy. What does informed consent in birth control really mean on the ground? Whose needs are actually served in attempts to reduce fertility rates? According to Dowbiggin, the twentieth-century birth control movement never entirely shed its eugenic origins."--BOOK JACKET.

Kulturen Des Entscheidens

Author : Ulrich Pfister
ISBN : 9783647356891
Genre : History
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The book examines decision-making as a contingent form of social action that takes multiple forms in different cultural contexts and is subject to historical change. Case studies ranging from medieval Europe to present-day India address the multifaceted aspects of cultures of decision-making. These include narratives and practices as well as resources and their use in processes of decision-making. Furthermore, several chapters discuss various approaches to analyzing decision-making in a historical-cultural perspective. Taken together, the contributions to this book demonstrate the potential of an approach that conceives decision-making as a historically variable social practice and a culturally diverse phenomenon.

Wert Der Familie

Author : Isabel Heinemann
ISBN : 9783110463699
Genre : History
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Die Analyse von Normveränderungen auf dem Feld der Familienwerte eignet sich besonders gut, um zu einem breiteren Verständnis gesellschaftlichen Wandels zu gelangen. Dies liegt erstens daran, dass die Familie während des gesamten 20. Jahrhunderts als wichtigste Mikroeinheit der Gesellschaft nach dem Individuum und als zentrale Instanz der Wertevermittlung an die nächste Generation galt. Öffentliche Debatten um die Familie, ihre Strukturen und ihre Werte unterstreichen stets deren Bedeutung für die Gesellschaft. Zweitens entfaltete das Familienideal der weißen „Middle Class" im 20. Jahrhundert eine prägende Wirkung für alle US-Amerikaner/innen. Es diente als Projektionsfläche von Integrations- und Aufstiegshoffnungen, inspirierte aber auch Diversifizierungs- und Abgrenzungsstrategien. Quellen der Studie sind insbesondere die nationale Tages- und Wochenpresse, Grundsatzentscheide des Supreme-Court und ihre Begründungen, Statements von Präsidenten und ihrer Stäbe, Ratgeber-Literatur und zeitgenössische wissenschaftliche Publikationen sowie Veröffentlichungen religiöser Organisationen und sozialer Bewegungen. Als zentrale Untersuchungsachsen dienen die Kategorien „Race, Class, and Gender" sowie die Frage nach der Gültigkeit des sozialwissenschaftlichen Postulats eines „Wertewandels".

The Politically Incorrect Guide To Real American Heroes

Author : Brion McClanahan
ISBN : 9781596988064
Genre : Political Science
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As presidential candidates sling dirt at each other, America desperately needs a few real heroes. Tragically, liberal historians and educators have virtually erased traditional American heroes from history. According to the Left, the Founding Fathers were not noble architects of America, but selfish demagogues. And self–made entrepreneurs like Rockefeller were robber–barons and corporate polluters. Instead of honoring great men from America’s past, kids today now idolize rock stars, pro athletes and Hollywood celebrities. In his new book, The Politically Incorrect Guide™ to Real American Heroes, author Brion McClanahan rescues the legendary deeds of the greatest Americans and shows why we ought to venerate heroes like Captain John Smith, adventurer Daniel Boone, General Robert E. Lee and many more. The Politically Incorrect Guide™ to Real American Heroes not only resuscitates America’s forgotten heroes, but sheds light on the Left’s most cherished figures, including Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the Kennedys. With biting wit and devastating detail, McClanahan strikes back against the multicultural narrative peddled by liberal historians who make heroes out of pop culture icons and corrupt politicians. In America’s hour of peril, McClanahan’s book is a timely and entertaining call to remember the heritage of this great nation and the heroes who built it.

Battleground M Z

Author : Amy Lind
ISBN : 0313340390
Genre : Electronic books
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Contains ninety-seven alphabetically arranged entries that provide information about women's studies topics, such as abortion, bisexuality, childcare, glass ceiling, nationalism, religion, sex work, and welfare reform.

Merchants Of Despair

Author : Robert Zubrin
ISBN : 9781594035692
Genre : Political Science
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There was a time when humanity looked in the mirror and saw something precious, worth protecting and fighting for—indeed, worth liberating. But now, we are beset on all sides by propaganda promoting a radically different viewpoint. According to this idea, human beings are a cancer upon the Earth, a horde of vermin whose aspirations and appetites are endangering the natural order. This is the core of antihumanism. Merchants of Despair traces the pedigree of this ideology and exposes its pernicious consequences in startling and horrifying detail. The book names the chief prophets and promoters of antihumanism over the last two centuries, from Thomas Malthus through Paul Ehrlich and Al Gore. It exposes the worst crimes perpetrated by the antihumanist movement, including eugenics campaigns in the United States and genocidal anti-development and population-control programs around the world. Combining riveting tales from history with powerful policy arguments, Merchants of Despair provides scientific refutations to all of antihumanism’s major pseudo-scientific claims, including its modern tirades against nuclear power, pesticides, population growth, biotech foods, resource depletion, and industrial development.

Margaret Sanger And The Origin Of The Birth Control Movement 1910 1930

Author : Patricia Walsh Coates
ISBN : UOM:39015077674524
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This study examines the early writing and relationships of activist Margaret Sanger by focusing on the feminist aspect of the birth control movement pertaining to sexual autonomy for women.

Encyclopedia Of American Immigration Abolitionist Movement

Author : Carl Leon Bankston
ISBN : 1587656000
Genre : History
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This three-volume set covers the full breadth of American immigration history in 525 alphabetically arranged and easy-to-understand articles. Designed and written to be understood by high school students and college undergraduates Encyclopedia of American Immigration offers a clear and innovative approach to immigration history that can also be used by advanced students and scholars. The goal of the set is to address all questions about immigration that students might reasonably be expected to ask: Where immigrants have come from and why; how they have adapted to their new homeland; how they have contributed to American culture and society; how government policies toward them have changed; and how American immigration history has fit into worldwide migration patterns. - Publisher.

American Heroes

Author : Salem Press
ISBN : PSU:000066567103
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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American Heroes is a brand new set that covers more than 200 U.S. heroes from the American Revolution through today. This remarkable three-volume set profiles extraordinary people in 39 areas of achievement, including Astronauts, Sports figures, Civil Rights activists, Educators, Environmentalists, Inventors, Military Leaders, Politicians, Entertainers, and Women's Activists. Each essay is 5 to 6 pages in length and includes vital, ready-reference information including sections on early life, achievements and significance. A comprehensive Subject Index, Category Index and Ethnicity Index can be found at the end of Volume 3.

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