Answer at least 500 words, address all of the following questions and provide evidence from the sources to support your claims.

Read: “Relative social inadequacy of the several nativity groups and immigrant groups of the U.S.: all types of social inadequacy”, 1922, The Harry H.Laughlin Papers, Truman State University, Lantern Slides, Black Case, Section 7, 1707, http://www.eugenicsarchive.org/html/eugenics/static/images/935.html; Margaret Sanger, “Birth Control and racial betterment”, The Birth Control Review, February 1919 vol.3,issue 2,p. 11
Answer of at least 1,000 words, please address the following questions: Margaret Sanger’s promotion of birth control is both a feminist argument and a eugenics one. Please explain both aspects. It is also a racial and class argument, much like the one made in the Harry Laughlin papers about immigrants from different places and native born Americans. Explain the racist and classist biases present in Sanger’s work and the Laughlin papers. In your paper, consider how something as powerfully positive as reproductive freedom can have its foundation in classism, racism, and the fear that the poor would “outbreed” the rich and “lesser stock” would take over the country. You can and should use sources from the earlier part of the course.question 2: Read: Lisa Lindquist Dorr, “Arm in Arm: Gender, Eugenics, and Virginia’s Racial Integrity Acts of the 1920s”, Journal of Women’s History (1999) vol. 11 issue 1: 143-166; Anti-miscegenation laws in the United States.
Answer at least 500 words, address all of the following questions and provide evidence from the sources to support your claims. Remember to cite the source and the page number when you paraphrase or provide a quotation. Miscegenation was a pillar of the eugenics movement’s attempt to instill fear in the white population and convince it that its decline was nigh. Review the collection of anti-miscegenation laws here and summarize their common characteristics. Then indicate the ways in which Dorr’s article demonstrates how eugenic ideology was used to police the sexual habits of American citizens in the name of preserving “native” genetics.