|Statement||by R. L. Dugdale ... with an introduction by Wm. M. F. Round.|
|Series||Questions of the day -- no. 14|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 120,  p.|
|Number of Pages||120|
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The Jukes: A Study of Crime, Pauperism, Disease and Heredity Richard Dugdale Follow this and additional works at: This Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Faculty Publications at Reading Room. It . Title. The Jukes; a study in crime, pauperism, disease, and heredity, By. Dugdale, R. L. (Richard Louis), Type. Book Material. Page 68 - Total • ••• $1,, Over a million and a quarter dollars of loss in 75 years, caused by a single family 1, strong, without reckoning the cash paid for whiskey, or taking into account the entailment of pauperism and crime of the survivors in succeeding generations, and the incurable disease, idiocy and insanity growing. Get this from a library! The Jukes; a study in crime, pauperism, disease, and heredity. [R L Dugdale].
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