apology from the United Methodist Church for supporting it back in the day.
Eugenics was supported by much of the progressive movement and it was also supported by most of those outside of the progressive movement. It was a nationally supported idea. The Immigration Act of 1924 was one of the central pieces of eugenic legislation and it was passed in the Senate 62-6. Twenty-nine states created marriage restriction laws based on eugenics. Moreover, there was immense public support for eugenics which is why it became such a part of society and government action.
GovTrack: Senate Vote #126 (May 15, 1924)
How does this prove that eugenics was a progressive movement and not simply a popular idea in the United States in general. You're so bad at this.If you want to talk revisionism, then take a look at what the Smithsonian Museum has done with their revision of Sanger's history:
You don't destroy things you distort them. I'm starting to think you really believe your own hype.I don't need to lie about any of your posts. I destroy them just fine by using your own words against you.