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Black, Edwin, War against the Weak: Eugenics and America's Campaign to Create a Master Race, Four Walls Eight Windows, 2003.

Investigative journalist Black tells the story of America's experiment with eugenics during the twentieth century and how it influenced Hitler and the Third Reich in Germany. Black argues that after World War II, eugenics was reborn as human genetics. He claims that confronting the history of eugenics is essential to understanding the implications of the Human Genome Project and twenty-first-century genetic engineering.

Noll, Steven, and James W. Trent Jr., eds., Mental Retardation in America: A Historical Reader, New York University Press, 2004.

Exploring historical issues, as well as current public policy concerns, this book covers various topics that include representations of the mentally disabled as social burdens and social menaces, Freudian inspired ideas of adjustment and adaptation, the relationship between community care and institutional treatment, historical events...

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