eugenics is a word that made everyone at the event uncomfortable.
Watch a montage of his many references, from SS uniforms, to the Third Reich, to eugenics.
The very subject evokes dark visions of forced sterilization and the eugenics horrors of the early 20th century.
Why the sterilization and eugenics programs are running in different countries in one way or another under the umbrella of UNO.
eugenics is based to a very large extent upon the principles underlying sex hygiene.
I try so hard not to be afraid of men, for I know they are necessary to eugenics.
eugenics is the science of reproducing better humans by applying the established laws of genetics or heredity.
It is a sin of our race that the eugenics Office should have bred out--but they have failed.
eugenics deals with the even more vital subject of improving the inherent type and capacities of the individuals of the future.
It has been said that eugenics is futile because it cannot define its end.
1883, coined (along with adjective eugenic) by English scientist Francis Galton (1822-1911) on analogy of ethics, physics, etc. from Greek eugenes "well-born, of good stock, of noble race," from eu- "good" (see eu-) + genos "birth" (see genus).
The investigation of human eugenics, that is, of the conditions under which men of a high type are produced. [Galton, "Human Faculty," 1883]
eugenics eu·gen·ics (yōō-jěn'ĭks)
The study of hereditary improvement of the human race by controlled selective breeding.
The idea that one can improve the human race by careful selection of those who mate and produce offspring.