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The moron as a poorly functioning human

. 65. 40 Burleigh, The Third Reich, p. 344. 41 See, for example, Höhne, The Order of the Death’s Head, pp. 39–44, 59; Weindling, Health, Race and German Politics, pp. 474–8. 42 Guyer, ‘Sterilization’, p. 34. 43 Barrows, in ‘Discussion on provision for the feeble-­minded’, p. 402; also see p. 396. 44 Keene, ‘The genesis of the defective’, p. 413. 45 Sanger, The Pivot of Civilization, p. 112. 46 E.E. Southard, ‘The feeble-­minded as subjects of research in efficiency’, in Proceedings of the National Conference on Charities and Correction (Chicago

in Framing the moron
Re-casting the ‘cripple’ in war-time Germany

the National Hygiene Museum in Dresden and its 1911 path-breaking travelling Hygiene Exhibit. For more on Lingner, the National Hygiene Museum and the International Hygiene Exhibit, see Paul M. Weindling, Health, Race, and German Politics Between National Unification and Nazism, 1870–1945 (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1989.) 40 Karl Lingner, Ausstellung für Verwundeten (Dresden), iii. 41 Lingner, Ausstellung für Verwundeten (Dresden), iii–iv. 42 Lingner, Ausstellung für Verwundeten (Dresden), iv. For a brief discussion of the Dresden expansion of the

in Recycling the disabled
The moron as a diseased entity

, ‘Metaphoric connections’, p. 373; ‘Nazified medicine’, New York Times (6 December 1942), section IV, 11; ‘New German etymology for eugenics’, Eugenical News 19:5 (1934), 125–6; Proctor, Racial Hygiene, chapter 3, and The Nazi War on Cancer (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1999); Weindling, Health, Race and German Politics, p. 291, and Weindling’s Epidemics and Genocide in Eastern Europe, 1890–1945 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000), chapters 2 and 3. 16 H.M. Hanauske-­Able, ‘From Nazi holocaust to nuclear holocaust: A lesson to learn’?, Lancet 2:8501 (1986

in Framing the moron
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: ‘Euthanasia’ in Germany 1900–1945 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994); P. Weindling, Health, Race and German Politics between National Unification and Naziism, 1870–1945 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989). 48 Burleigh, Death and Deliverance; B. Müller-­Hill, Murderous Science: Elimination by Scientific Selection of Jews, Gypsies and Others: Germany 1933–1945, trans. G.R. Fraser (New York: Oxford University Press, 1988); Proctor, Racial Hygiene; W. Wolfensberger, ‘The extermination of handicapped people in World War II Germany’, Mental Retardation 19

in Framing the moron
The moron as an immoral sinner and an object of protection

Training School, Winfield Kansas (Topeka: Kansas State Printing Plant, 1924), p. 19. 115 Weindling, Health, Race and German Politics, p. 454. 116 Popenoe and Johnson, Applied Eugenics, p. 152. 117 Robie, ‘Selective sterilization for race culture’, p. 203. 118 J.B.S. Haldane, Heredity and Politics (New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1938), p. 102. 119 D.M. LeBourdais, ‘Purifying the human race’, North American Review 238 (1934), 436. 120 Gosney and Popenoe, Sterilization for Human Betterment, p. 30. 121 Ibid., p. 33. 122 Ibid., pp. 31–2. 123 Dudziak

in Framing the moron