Eugenics, 1923

Apologies for the formatting. I had to take three screen shots and then cut and align them to get the whole article. It was too appalling not to share.

The date pasted to the bottom is my addition- that is the correct magazine and issue, but in the original that information is on the cover, not the page.

I think if you click it should embiggen so you can read it better if this is too small for you.

eugenics popular science 1923

According to Wikipedia, Capper was a Republican who:

“….served two full terms as Governor, Capper was not permitted to run for a third term by the Kansas State Constitution. Instead, in 1918 he ran for election to the United States Senate and won. Capper became a long-serving senator, representing Kansas as one of its two senators for five 6-year terms. He was in the Senate from 1919 to 1949, and prominent among Republicans who supported the relief efforts and other policies of Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s administration. He did not seek reelection in 1948.”

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