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A Committee To Eradicate Feeblemindedness
Among the reasons given for the formation of this committee now are the fast awakening interest in the problem of the feebleminded, the realization that present institutional provision for them is utterly inadequate, and the recognition that their presence in the public schools, in correctional and charitable institutions, and at large, is a public menace not yet understood by a majority of people....
|Title:||A Committee To Eradicate Feeblemindedness|
|Date:||July 24, 1915|
|Source:||Available at selected libraries|
|Keywords:||Charity; Cognitive Disability; Crime; Doctors; E.R. Johnstone; Education; Educational Institutions; Eugenics; Ideologies; Institutions; Laws & Regulation; Medical Professionals; Medicine; Medicine & Science; New Jersey; New Jersey Training School; Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, PA; Prison; Public Health & Welfare; Public Welfare; Schools; Social Welfare & Communities|