She operated at a time when eugenic arguments were very much in vogue, harnessed by both sides of the birth-control debate.
The eugenic campaign, then, without the other would be almost futile.
For this reason the scope of eugenic legislation is likely to be extended.
It is not looking forward to the cessation of its work in a eugenic millenium.
I submit that the difficulty can be solved only by the eugenic principle.
eugenic (good origin), tending to improve the racial qualities of future generations, either physical or mental.
There is only one solution, and that is the eugenic solution.
That is the real, rude, barbaric sense behind this eugenic legislation.
It is higher and more abundant life that is the eugenic ideal.
If this condition were to be permanent, it would be somewhat difficult to suggest a eugenic form of income tax.
eugenic eu·gen·ic (yōō-jěn'ĭk)
Of or relating to eugenics.
Relating or adapted to the production of good or improved offspring.