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Eugenics, Social Biology, Biodemography, Health care, aging, abortion, Nazi, demographic transition, scientific racism, differential fertility, Margaret Sanger, Von Verschuer
Eugenics, Social Biology, Biodemography, Health care, aging, abortion, Nazi, demographic transition, scientific racism, differential fertility, Margaret Sanger, Von Verschuer

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Recent Known and Recent Possible Members of the American eugenics society1945-2009
 The American eugenics society has had three names since 1945: The American EugenicsSociety 1945-1972, The Society for the Study of Social Biology 1973-2009, The Society of Biodemography and Social Biology 2009.And its post-war journal founded in 1954 has had three names but only one continuousset of volume numbers. The Journal has been called
Eugenics Quarterly 
Social Biology 
Biodemography and Social Biology 
.Its current website ishttp://www.usc.edu/dept/gero/sssb/. This list includes all the officers, directors and members of the American eugenicssociety including foreign members since 1945 so far as I know them. They are starredand bolded. It also lists everyone who wrote for the
Eugenics Quarterly 
Social Biology 
Biodemography and Social Biology 
or who edited those journals. These are possiblemembers. Finally, it lists everyone who has listed themselves as a reviewer for the
Eugenics Quarterly 
Social Biology 
Biodemography and Social Biology 
. These arealso possible members.It is evident to me (and the list proves it) that the bill will be interpreted andadministered by members of the American eugenics society. The provisions of the billwill be interpreted by various committees the bill. names. For instance, the agingcommittees will be staffed from Centers for Aging funded by the NIA.
Four of these aging centers are directed by present or past directors of theAmerican eugenics society: James Vaupel-Duke, Eileen Crimmons-UCLA, BethSoldo-U Penn; Dianne Lauderdale- NORC-U Chicago; one center is directed by amember: Robert Hauser-U Wisconsin.
 The Advisory Committee of the Berkeley U group includes two current societydirectors (Jim Carey, Eileen Crimmons).
 The core group of the Princeton U center includes two past directors of the Society(Noreen Goldman, Burton Singer).
 The directors of the Harvard U group and the U Michigan group have writtenarticles for the Society journal (David Bloom, David Lam).
 The Penn State U Center is a part of the Penn State Population Research centerwhose current director, Nancy Landale, has written for the Society journal. She isa member of the aging center.
 The UNC-Chapel Hill center is administered through the Carolina Population Centerwhose directors for twenty-one of its forty-one years of existence have beenSociety members (Moye Friedman, JR Udry). To verify these statements check the names athttp://agingcenters.org/againsthttp://www.usc.edu/dept/gero/sssb/and this list.  The health care bill is national, it is socialist and it will be administered by eugenicists. The last time a similar combination ran health care it was the Nazis. Senator Baucus
should hold hearings on the possible domination of American health care by a grouplinked to the Nazis by ideology and history. Let’s hear what the post-Nazi eugenicistsplan; let’s not find it out as a horrible surprise.“Eugenics is best promoted under another name”Frederick Osborn, founding father of post-Nazi eugenics in America
Recent Known and Recent Possible Members of the American eugenics society1945-2009
Abase MD, Jon MDysmorphologist; Fetal alcohol syndromeAlbuquerque, New Mexico, private practice 19911983 PA May, KJ Hymbaugh, JM Aase, JM Samet. Epidemiology of Fetal AlcoholSyndrome among American Indians of the Southwest. Social Biology 30(4):374-387Abel PhD, Prof. Ernest LMankind Quarterly 20052009 Wayne State University, C.S. Mott Center for Human Growth & Development,Depts. Obstetrics, Gynecology2009 “Age Heterogamy and Longevity: Evidence from Jewish and ChristianCemeteries”, w/ Michael L Kruger, Biodemography and Social Biology, v. 54, 12005 “Seasonality of Birth in the Majors, 1880-1999”, w/ Michael L Kruger, SocialBiology, v. 52, 1-2Abelson, Andrew EPennsylvania State U, Anthropology 19761974 AE Abelson, TS Baker, PT Baker. Altitude, migration and fertility in the Andes.Social Biology 21, 12-27.Abma, Joyce1993- (2008) National Center for Health Statistics, Reproductive Statistics Branch,Demographer2001 L Williams, L Piccinino, J Abma, F Arguillas. Pregnancy wantedness: Attitudestability over time. Social Biology 48(3-4):212-2332000 L Williams, J Abma. Birth wantedness reports: a look forward and a lookback. Social Biology 47(3-4):147-63Abowitz PD, Deborah AnnBrown U: PhD Sociology,
1985, Dissertation: Consequences of migration: political participationand voluntary group activity in Detroit, Michigan: a case study”,
, Sociology, 1982, Dissertation:“Class and status: determinants of income in Canada”, Advisor 
Frances E Kobrin
1983 RG Potter, D Abowitz, FE Kobrin. Fertility effects of isolated spouseseparations in relation to their timing. Social Biology 30(3):279-89.
Abramson*, Frederic David
Member 1974
1975 FD Abramson. Spontaneous fetal death in man. Social Biology 20(4):375-403.
Abruzzo*, Prof. Michael A
Member 19741974 Dept. of Biological Sciences, California State Univ., ChicoAdam, A1969 A further query on color blindness and natural selection. Social Biology 16,197-202.Adamchak, Donald JKansas State U, Population Research Laboratory (or Kansas Population Center) andSociology2000 A Satyavada, DJ Adamchak, Determinants of current use of contraceptionand children ever born in Nepal, Social Biology 47(1-2):51-601994 KAA al-Mubarak, DJ Adamchak Fertility attitudes and behavior of SaudiArabian students enrolled in U.S. universities, Social Biology. 41(3-4):267-731987 DJ Adamchak, A Adebayo, Male fertility attitudes: a neglected dimension inNigerian fertility research, Social Biology. 34(1-2):57-671979 Social class and infant mortality. Social Biology. 26. pp.16-29.1979 Emerging trends in the relationship between infant mortality andsocioeconomic status. Social Biology 26(1):16-29.1977 Ideal family size and family background: an examination of mothers'employment and daughters' family size preferences. Social Biology 24(2):170-2.
Adamopoulus*, George
Member (Foreign) 1956; GreeceAdams, Prof. Gerald RUtah State U, Family and Human Development 19831978 GR Adams, N Bueche, JD Schvaneveldt. Contemporary views of euthanasia: Aregional assessment.
Social Biology 25
548-560Adams MD, Morton SHuman Genetics Branch, National Institute of Dental Research, NIH 19671968 MS Adams, JD Niswander. Health of the American Indian: congenital defects.Eugenics Quarterly 15(4):227-34.Addai PhD, Prof. IsaacBorn in Ghana
1999-(2008) Lansing Community College, Sociology, Michigan
1999 “Ethnicity and sexual behavior in Ghana”, Social Biology 46, 1-2 JBS2000 Determinants of Use of Maternal–Child Health Services in Rural Ghana, Journal of Biosocial Science 32:1-151999 Ethnicity and Contraceptive Use in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Case of Ghana. Journal of Biosocial Science (1999), 31:105-120Adebayo, AkinwumiKansas State U 1984

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