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Two Immigrants Out Of Five Feebleminded
IF you had gone over to Ellis Island shortly before the war began and placed your hand at random on one of the aliens waiting to be examined by government inspectors, you would very likely have found that your choice was feebleminded. He would probably have answered your question, "What is a horse?" by replying, "To ride on," or with some other simple reference to the animal's use that did not differentiate it from a bicycle....
|Title:||Two Immigrants Out Of Five Feebleminded|
|Date:||September 15, 1917|
|Source:||Available at selected libraries|
|Keywords:||Cognitive Disability; Eugenics; Ideologies; Immigration; Intelligence; Intelligence Tests; Laws & Regulation; Medicine & Science; Policy; Public Health & Welfare|