By Tim Harris
The past due 17th century was once a interval of amazing turbulence and political violence in Britain, the like of which hasn't ever been noticeable considering the fact that. starting with the recovery of the monarchy after the Civil conflict, this publication strains the destiny of the monarchy from Charles II's victorious accession in 1660 to the turning out to be discontent of the 1680s. Harris seems past the preferred picture of recovery England revelling in its freedom from the austerity of Puritan rule less than a merry monarch and reconstructs the human tragedy of recovery politics the place humans have been brutalised, hounded and exploited via a regime that used to be desperately insecure after decade of civil struggle and republican rule.
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Frank Hanly, February 8, 1908, “Temporary File: Governor Marshall Papers in Regards to Sterilization,” Indiana State Archives, Indianapolis. â•‡Gugliotta, “‘Dr. Sharp with His Little Knife,’” 396–400. â•‡Sharp to Marshall, May 13, 1909, Temporary File: Governor Marshall Papers in Regards to Sterilization, Indiana State Archives. â•‡ William O’Keefee to Marshall, January 12, 1909, Temporary File: Governor Marshall Papers in Regards to Sterilization, Indiana State Archives; Jason S. Lantzer and Alexandra M.
Dugdale and the Jukes Family: A Historical Injustice Corrected,” Bioscience 30 (1980): 535–39. See also Henry M. Boies, Prisoners and Paupers (New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1893). Boies accepted the view that criminals and the poor represented instances of hereditary degeneracy. â•‡ David Wolfers and Helen Wolfers, Vasectomy and Vasectomania (St. Albans, UK: Mayflower Books, 1974). This polemical book gives a good overview of the procedure’s development in Europe and then in the United States.
For his pacifist eugenics, see Jordan and Harvey Ernest Jordan, War’s Aftermath: A Preliminary Study of the Eugenics of War (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1914). â•‡ Sharp’s reports to the governor (1896–1912) are included in the biannual Communication of the State Prison Reformatory at Jeffersonville; copies may be found in the Herman B Wells Library. â•‡ S. A. J. Ochsner, “Surgical Treatment of Habitual Criminals,” Journal of the American Medical Association 32 (1899): 867–68. â•‡ Harry C. Sharp, “Vasectomy as a Means of Preventing Procreation in Defectives,” Journal of the American Medical Association 53 (1909): 1897–1902.