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A third generation of imbeciles?, Paul Lombardo

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Interviewee: Paul Lombardo. Vivian was on the honor roll in the first grade at Venable School, proving that she was not the third generation of imbeciles. (DNAi Location: Chronicle > Trial of Carrie Buck > Epilogue > Vivian was a good student)
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Vivian Buck attended the Venable School in the early years of the 1930s. She was a moderately good student, at one point even achieving the honor roll in her class. After a bout of the measles in 1932, she died following her second year here. Vivian was a good student. Vivian was on the honor roll in the first grade at Venable School, proving that she was not the third generation of imbeciles. Lombardo discusses evidence that clearly shows Carrie was not immoral, and Vivian was not an imbecile.
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venable school,carrie buck,dnai,imbeciles,lombardo,interviewee,imbecile,honor roll,third generation,vivian,first grade,sterilization,epilogue,measles,dobbs,1930s
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