Full text: papers communicated to the first International Eugenics Congress held at the University of London, July 24th to 30th, 1912

4Contents—continued. Section III. 
Sociology and Eugenics.page 
I. The Psycho-Physical Elite and the Economic Elite... ... ... 24 
ACHILLE LORIA. 
II. The Cause of the Inferiority of Physical and Mental Characters 
in the Lower Social Classes ... ... ... ... ... 26 
ALFREDO NICEFORO. 
III. The Fertility of Marriages according to Profession and Social Position 27 
LUCIEN MARCH. 
IV. Eugenics and Militarism ... ... ... ... ... ... 28 
VERNON L. KELLOGG. 
V. Eugenics in Party Organization ... ... ... ... ... 29 
R. MICHELS. 
VI. The Influence of Race on History ... ... ... ... ... 30 
W. C. D. and C. D. WHETHAM. 
VII. Some Inter-Relations between Eugenics and Historical Research ... 31 
F. A. WOODS. 
VIII. Demographical Contributions to the Problems of Eugenics... ... 32 
C. GINI. 
IX. Maternity Statistics of the State of Rhode Island, State Census of 1905 34 
F. L. HOFFMANN.Section IV. 
Medicine and Eugenics. 
I. The Prophylaxis of Hereditary Syphilis and its Eugenic Effect ... 36 
H. HALLOPEAU. 
II. Alcohol and Eugenics ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 37 
A. MJOEN. 
III. Alcoholism and Degeneracy ... ... ... ... ... ... 38 
M. MAGNAN and M. FILLASSIER. 
IV. Eugenics and Obstetrics ... ... ... ... ... ... 39 
AGNES BLUHM. 
V. Heredity and Eugenics in Relation to Insanity ... ... ... 40 
F. W. MOTT. 
VI. The Place of Eugenics in the Medical Curriculum... ... ... 42 
H. E. JORDAN. 
VII. A Healthy Sane Family showing Longevity in Catalonia ... ... 43 
I. VALENTI VIVO. 
VIII. Some Remarks on Backward Children 
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