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(Untitled), 1909 - 1910

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Reference Code: GBR/0014/CHAR 12/1/3

Scope and Contents

Report entitled "The Feeble-Minded: A Social Danger" and marked "confidential" based on an address delivered in May 1909 by Dr A F Tredgold (one of the medical advisors to the Royal Commission on the feeble-minded). The report includes discussion of: the estimated numbers of mental defectives in England and Wales; genetic causes of mental deficiency; the theory of national degeneracy; solutions including sterilisation of the "unfit" and the establishment of colonies. Address delivered in May 1909, report printed [1910]. Covering letter at CHAR 12/1/2.

Dates

  • 1909 - 1910

Conditions Governing Access

The Churchill Papers are made available to researchers using Churchill Archives Centre and worldwide in digital format. The digital edition of the Churchill Papers is published by Bloomsbury Academic and is available online to subscribing institutions at churchillarchive.com. The Churchill archive is freely available in our reading rooms and onsite at Churchill College (via the Churchill College wireless network). Researchers can download images of documents directly from churchillarchive.com and so are encouraged to consider bringing a laptop or other device for this purpose. For conservation reasons, the fragile originals are no longer issued to researchers.

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Conditions Governing Use

Copyright: Not known

Extent

1 item(s) (1 4p)

Language of Materials

English

Repository Details

Part of the Churchill Archives Centre Repository

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