Full text: Problems in eugenics

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suffered with a marked epilepsy, but no other evidence of neuropathy was 
shown in this generation. The taint seems to have disappeared, inasmuch 
as there are healthy, grown-up members of the fourth generation. 
Fig. 6.—A pedigree illustrating marriage of first cousins. A genius 
was the product who married a healthy woman, and the family consisted of 
an eldest son, committed suicide (S); a second son, epileptic (E); a daughter, 
healthy, unmarried; and a fourth son a genius. This man was a genius, 
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but had an extremely well-balanced mind; all his five children are healthy 
in spite of collateral insanity. 
Fig. 7.—A family of drunken and insane people. The figures with 
half black circles are insane; the same with the cross indicates drink and
	        

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