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Westerville, OH: American Issue Publishing Company, [191-]. 15p., stalebound pamphlet, mild toning, very good. International Series no. 7. The author, president of the Royal Hygenic Institute in Munich, argues that alcohol impacts racial health and reproduction. An example of the intersection between Temperance and Eugenics in this period.
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- Gruber, Max
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