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☞ MD ☆☆☆ This poster was commissioned by the English Eugenics Education Society and designed by Benson’s advertising agency in 1926

☞ MD ☆☆☆ This poster was commissioned by the English Eugenics Education Society and designed by Benson’s advertising agency in 1926

Everyone sees what you appear to be, few experience what you really are | Anonymous ART of Revolution

Everyone sees what you appear to be, few experience what you really are | Anonymous ART of Revolution

86 Things That Would Have Got You Admitted To An Insane Asylum In The 1800s

86 Things That Would Have Got You Admitted To An Insane Asylum In The 1800s

I was just trying to explain this to someone yesterday... They didn't get it. Ugh, NTs.

I was just trying to explain this to someone yesterday... They didn't get it. Ugh, NTs.

Good point, it's not just what we are missing, it's about all the extra stuff we have to try to manage or tone down

Good point, it's not just what we are missing, it's about all the extra stuff we have to try to manage or tone down

Eugenics wiki - Obamacre???  - There are few chapters in history more bereft of humanity than the Holocaust, where Adolf Hitler sought to implement his “final solution” by way of mass genocide. What most do not realize, however, is that Eugenics, as a social movement and scientific application, was actually part of the American landscape long before it reached Germany.

Eugenics wiki - Obamacre??? - There are few chapters in history more bereft of humanity than the Holocaust, where Adolf Hitler sought to implement his “final solution” by way of mass genocide. What most do not realize, however, is that Eugenics, as a social movement and scientific application, was actually part of the American landscape long before it reached Germany.

A WWII poster promoting conservation of water in Philadelphia in support of war production. "War industry needs water. Protect production, use it wisely." Illustrated by Glenn Stuart Pearce at some point between 1941 and 1943 for the WPA Federal Art Project in Philadelphia.

A WWII poster promoting conservation of water in Philadelphia in support of war production. "War industry needs water. Protect production, use it wisely." Illustrated by Glenn Stuart Pearce at some point between 1941 and 1943 for the WPA Federal Art Project in Philadelphia.

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