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This historiography emphasizes eugenics' broad and persistent appeal and its close association with genetics. Professor Paul aims to bridge the gap between expert and lay understandings of the history of eugenics. She enriches the debate on the perplexing contemporary choices in genetic medicine.Paul, Diane B. is the author of 'Controlling Human Heredity 1865 To the Present' with ISBN 9781573923439 and ISBN 1573923435.