The Eugenics Review was a quarterly trade publication put out by the Eugenics Education Society, seeking to educate and influence members in the scientific society and outsiders on eugenics. The foreword of the first issue was written by Francis Galton[1], credited with laying the foundations of the scientific field.

Contributors Edit

Several prominent members of the eugenics movement were regular contributors to the magazine, which included (but was by no means limited to): Francis Galton, Julian Huxley, Major Leonard Darwin.

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