Degeneracy: Its Causes, Signs and Results
by Eugene S. Talbot
Publisher: Walter Scott, Ltd. 1898
Number of pages: 372
The present work is the result of more than twenty years' labour in a limited medical department of biology. It has been written with a special intention of reaching educators and parents. The author attempts to lay down general principles for practical purposes in a way that permits their application to the solution of sociologic problems.
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