The Mongol in Our Midst. A Study of Man and His Three Faces.

By: Crookshank, F. G., M. D.

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123 pp., frontis;16mo; blue cloth with paper title label on cover & spine; without dust jacket. Very ligh cover wear, spine slightly darkened; ownership name in pencil on front endpaper [De Voss]. One of the many titles in the To-day and To-morrow Series

Francis Graham Crookshank (1873, Wimbledon – 27 October 1933, Wimpole Street) was a British epidemiologist, and a medical and psychological writer. Crookshank was educated at University College London, and trained in medicine at University College Hospital. He was an enthusiast for both the individual psychology of Alfred Adler and the thought of Friedrich Nietzsche. His The Mongol in our Midst (1924) aroused publicity with its degenerationist fears about Down syndrome. He committed suicide in 1933, dying at his house in Wimpole Street. [Wikipedia]

Title: The Mongol in Our Midst. A Study of Man and His Three Faces.

Author Name: Crookshank, F. G., M. D.

Categories: Science,

Edition: 1st Edition

Publisher: N.Y., Dutton: 1924

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good condition

lbs: 3.00 lbs

Seller ID: 5351

Keywords: Science Medicine Psychology