The genetic revolution of today was anticipated by the eugenics movement, which wanted to shape the human gene pool through social policy and legislation. This show explores the way eugenicists in the United States and Germany used photography to illustrate their theories about breeding better humans.
 
  Wegee (Arthur Fellig)
Showgirl reading Apes, Men and Morons, ca. 1939
© International Center of Photography

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