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Silvana Patriarca, Cities, capitals and statistical description in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Italy, p. 733-745. This essay focusses on the changing descriptive conventions and on the objects which characterized statistical descriptions of cities and capitals in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Italy. It examines this "literature of fact" with the aim, on the one hand, of
Many educated Europeans at the turn of the twentieth century believed in a set of ideas called eugenics, which argued that humans could produce "superior" people through selective breeding and that it was their national duty to prevent the disabled and other "inferior" degenerates from reproducing.
Demographic Trends in the 20th Century Census 2000 Special Reports U.S. Department of Commerce Economics and Statistics Administration U.S. CENSUS BUREAU CENSR-4 Issued November 2002 By Frank Hobbs and Nicole Stoops Helping You Make Informed Decisions •1902-2002 FARE srl - Società con socio unico Università di Udine fare.uniud.it Forum Editrice Universitaria Udinese via Larga, 38 - 33100 Udine Tel +39 0432 26001 / Fax +39 0432 296756
Many educated Europeans at the turn of the twentieth century believed in a set of ideas called eugenics, which argued that A) ) humans could produce "superior" people through selective breeding and that it was their national duty to prevent the disabled and other "inferior" degenerates from reproducing.
Dec 2, 2017 ... Two centuries ago this was true for the US, the UK, Russia, India, China and many ... This table shows fertility rates in Europe before 1790. ... Further below I will review the evidence that lower child in turn leads to a decrease ... The middle of the 20th century was marked by a significant and persistent increase in fertility ... The exact beginning and end of the baby boom is debated. The U.S. ... Baby boom was absent or very strong in Italy, Greece, Portugal and Spain.