“”It would be easy to answer by slinging epithets back at our critics and calling them fools and imbeciles incabable of logical reasoning, unwilling to be convinced and crawling into a corner they are presented with arguments which they are unable to answer, when they are shown proofs which they are unable to refute. But calling names, while a great personal satisfaction and an excellent safety valve once in a while, is no argument.
|—William J. Robinson, Birth control, or the limitation of offspring, Eugenics Publishing Co., Inc., New York, 1936.|
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