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Julia Lathrop Fights Decision On Baby's Death
Miss Julia Lathrop, chief of the federal children’s bureau [sic], condemned the decision of the mother as well as that of the attending physician. Miss Lathrop added that the child should be cared for in a public institution....
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Title: Julia Lathrop Fights Decision On Baby's Death
From: Dr. Haiselden And The Bollinger Baby
Creator: n/a
Date: November 18, 1915
Format: Article
Publication: The Chicago Daily Tribune
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: p.2
Keywords: Advocacy; Bioethics; Chicago, IL; Civil Liberties & Rights; Cognitive Disability; Death; Doctors; Eugenics; Euthanasia; Family; Federal Children's Bureau; Government; H.F. Haiselden; Hospitals; Ideologies; Illinois; Institutions; Julia Lathrop; Laws & Regulation; Media; Medical Professionals; Medicine; Medicine & Science; Physical Disability; Policy; Public Health; Public Health & Welfare; Reproduction; Social Welfare; Washington, DC; Women & Gender
Topics: Government, Policy & Law; Social Movements & Advocacy

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