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A President of whom Margaret Sanger Would Have Approved

Ned has written earlier about the “Planned Parenthood” movement founded by Margaret Sanger, and how it was  a part of the eugenicist movement, with a subtle but well-defined outcome of reducing America’s “unfit” population, among which a disproportionately large number … Continue reading

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“Strange Fruit”, Eugenics and the China Connection

Billie Holiday’s song, “Strange Fruit” is not for the faint of heart. It’s about the lynching of Black Americans, hanging from trees: The final verse, “Here is a strange and bitter crop,” ought to echo in your minds whenever – … Continue reading

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