Reproduction and Miscegenation

  title={Reproduction and Miscegenation},
  journal={The Holocaust and New World Slavery},
  • Published 9 May 2019
  • History
  • The Holocaust and New World Slavery
The analysis of slave reproduction in this chapter has one purpose: to contrast the Th ird Reich’s defi ning, uncompromising desire to destroy the Jewish People and foreclose the possibility of there being any Jewish births in the future, overagainst the concern of slavery as an institution to grow the slave population generation by generation. Th ough this discussion, and that in Chapter 5 , will lead us to many diff erent subjects, including the sensitive topics of miscegenation and… 



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