File:Eugenics Quarterly to Social Biology.jpg

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English: Photograph of journal bindings in an anthropology library, showing the transition where Eugenics Quarterly was renamed to Social Biology in 1969. Image is meant to evoke the ways in which eugenics eventually fell out of favor in American academia after the fall of the Nazis and changing ideas about reproductive autonomy and feminism began to take a more firm root.
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