Frederick Osborn

''Eugenics Quarterly'' Major General Frederick Henry Osborn (21 March 1889 – 5 January 1981) was an American philanthropist, military leader, and eugenicist. He was a founder of several organizations and played a central part in reorienting eugenics in the years following World War II away from the race- and class-consciousness of earlier periods. The American Philosophical Society considers him to have been "the respectable face of eugenic research in the post-war period."(APS, 1983) Provided by Wikipedia
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A summary of the proceedings of the Conference Committee on Population Problems 1956 - 1957
Year: 1958
Publisher: Population Council (New York, NY)
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Three essays
Year: 1960
Publisher: New American Libr. (New York, NY)
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