Racial Hygiene - After World War II

After World War II

After World War II, the racialist ideology was denounced as un-scientific and pseudoscience by many, although there continued to be supporters of eugenics even after there was widespread awareness of the Nazi debacle. Post 1945 eugenics proponents include Julian Huxley and Richard Lynn.

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