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Inheritance of Ability pedigree

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Galton, Wedgewood, and Darwin pedigree. This family was studied as an example of "family-stocks characterized by outstanding capacities in philosophy, science and art." (DNAi location: Chronicle > Threat of the Unfit > Founders)
Keywords:
francis galton eugenics,charles darwin,francis galton,wedgewood,pedigree,inheritance,founders,stocks,philosophy,science
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