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The Care of the Defective in America

  • Winifred Muirhead (a1)
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In the United States of America each state has self-government and different laws, and the latter differ to an even greater extent than is the case between the laws of Scotland and England; consequently some states have progressed infinitely further than others in the laws and the application of these laws for the social welfare of the people.

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(1) “The Increase of Criminals, Mental Defectives, Epileptics and Degenerates, Massachusetts, 1911.” Government Report.
(2) “The Binet-Simon Measuring Scale for Intelligence.” Goddard, Henry H., The Training School, January, 1910.
(3) “Two thousand Normal Children measured by the Binet Measuring Scale of Intelligence.” Goddard, H. H., Pedagogical Seminary, Vol. xviii, June, 1911.
(4) “The Kallikak Family.” Goddard, H. H.
(5) “The Asexualisation of the Unfit.” Barr, Martin W. M.D., The Alienist and Neurologist, Vol. xxxiii, No. 1, 1912.
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