Rentoul speaks of the "terrible monstrosities" created by racial intermarriage and points out that the Americans are "poor patriots" for repealing their racial miscegenation statutes. There is no check to the fecundity of those who are subnormal . ." (1852-1943) a major figure in the eugenics movement founded the American Medical Missionary Board (but soon changed its name to the Race Betterment Foundation). Because of the significant degree of racial diversity within the living peoples of the world, he prophesied that "racial psychology" would one day become a recognized field of study.(1858-1919), as an American president, Roosevelt tolerated blacks' subordination to whites and thought of them as an inferior race is beyond dispute. Kellogg himself was an important and respected figure who authored numerous medical and eugenics treatises in order to lobby for policy of "national eugenics." Kellogg, who launched the breakfast cereals industry by introducing granola to the American public as a health food. "many of the defectives are utterly helpless, repulsive in appearance and revolting in their manners.
There are two types of eugenics: (1855-1927): "The Foundations of the Nineteenth Century" emphasized the spirit of race, & idealized the pure German spirit - race-soul, which made Germans honest, loyal, & industrious.Interestingly enough, the prediction made by Mackinder proved to be remarkably accurate with Eastern Europe being the crisis area.(1861-1925) founder of anthroposophy--"awareness of one's humanity.", Theosophy and its close relative, Anthroposophy (of Rudolf Steiner), are based upon the presumption that spiritual ability is a function of racial "purity." In 1923 Steiner established the General Anthroposophical Society.Indeed, for many anti-Semites this racial perseverance and historical continuity provided a kind of mirror-image model worthy of emulation..." He founded the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, which quickly became a funding conduit for eugenics research.He was also one of the main supporters of the Eugenics Records Office--the eugencists' "think tank." Such backing has produced results in America as well as overseas.