International Discourse

The American eugenics movement was significant in helping to establish new eugenics movements internationally, such as in South America. The American movement also coordinated with other established international movements. This is demonstrated clearly through the involvement of   Harry Laughlin with the German Heidelberg Institute, the Cuban eugenicist Domingo Ramos and the British eugenicist Leonard Darwin.

International Discourse Documents:

Letter from Leonard Darwin to Harry Laughlin, Dated October 29 [c. 1932]

Darwin Connection


Nazi Connection


Cuban Connection