Table of contents for Three generations, no imbeciles : eugenics, the Supreme Court, and Buck v. Bell / Paul A. Lombardo.

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Contents
Introduction
Prologue: The Expert Witness
Chapter 1. Problem Families
Chapter 2. Sex and Surgery
Chapter 3. The Pedigree Factory
Chapter 4. Studying Sterilization
Chapter 5. The Mallory Case
Chapter 6. Harry Laughlin's Book
Chapter 7. A Virginia Sterilization Law
Chapter 8. Choosing Carrie Buck
Chapter 9.Carrie Buck versus Doctor Priddy
Chapter 10. Defenseless
Chapter 11. On Appeal
Chapter 12. In the Supreme Court
Chapter 13. Reaction and Repercussions
Chapter 14. After the Supreme Court
Chapter 15. Sterilizing Germans
Chapter 16. Skinner v. Oklahoma
Chapter 17. Buck, at Nuremberg and After
Chapter 18. Rediscovering Buck		
Epilogue: Reconsidering Buck
Acknowledgments
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Notes
A Note on Sources
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Buck, Carrie, 1906-1983 -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Sterilization (Birth control) -- Law and legislation -- Virginia.
Insanity (Law) -- Virginia.
Buck, Carrie, 1906-1983.
Sterilization, Involuntary -- legislation & jurisprudence -- United States.
Eugenics -- history -- United States.
Eugenics -- legislation & jurisprudence -- United States.
History, 20th Century -- United States.
Sterilization, Involuntary -- history -- United States.