“More children for the fit, less for the unfit.” By unfit, Sanger meant the mentally retarded or physically handicapped; later her definition expanded.
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These articles are concerned with two separate but related things: the eugenics roots of the pro-abortion movement, and the connection between modern legalized abortion and the specter of eugenics.

The Specter Of Pro-Choice Eugenics

Nat Hentoff, The Washington Post

Pro-choice forces are so intent on removing all obstacles to abortion that eugenics is no specter to them.

The eugenics roots of the pro-abortion movement

Margaret Sanger, who founded Planned Parenthood, remains a hero to the abortion movement and a “liberator” to the prestige press. In the book Pivot of Civilization she described her objectives: “More children from the fit, less from the unfit…” The people Sanger considered unfit were “all non-aryan people.”