Legislative status of eugenical sterilization in the United States, 1935.
"Legislative status of eugenical sterilization in the United States"
10928. "Legislative status of eugenical sterilization in the several states of United States, January 1935"
"Legislative status of eugenical sterilization in the several states of United States, January 1935"
"Eugenical sterilization legislation," in the United States
"Eugenics sterilization legislation in the United States -- Oct. 1913"
Paul Lombardo talks about Virginia was the 14th of 30 states to pass a eugenic sterilization law.
Paul Lombardo talks about Vivian died at the age of eight; had she lived longer, that life might have stood as a monument to the abuses of eugenics in the United States.
James Watson talks about the spread of forced sterilization laws in the United States.
Paul Lombardo talks about the case conluded that Carrie, Emma, and Vivian represented three generations of imbeciles, which justified Carrie's sterilization.
Aubrey Strode was the lawyer who wrote the Virginia statute that became the sterilization law.
Irving Whitehead was the lawyer appointed to represent Carrie Buck at the trial in Amherst County. Whitehead betrayed Carrie, colluding with his supposed adversary, Aubrey Strode, presenting no witnesses, and doing only a minimal job of cross examination.