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During the 1920 and 1930s, ten of thousands of men and women were involuntarily sterilized. Author and lawyer Victoria Nourse examines the often overlooked part of American history when a majority of states passed sterilization laws and looked to eugenics as a way to solve the country’s problems.


  • Victoria Nourse A Professor of Law at Emory University and The University of Wisconsin.

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