Welfare and Eugenics: Julius Tandler's Rassenhygienische Vision for Interwar Vienna

@article{McEwen2010WelfareAE,
  title={Welfare and Eugenics: Julius Tandler's Rassenhygienische Vision for Interwar Vienna},
  author={B. McEwen},
  journal={Austrian History Yearbook},
  year={2010},
  volume={41},
  pages={170 - 190}
}
  • B. McEwen
  • Published 2010
  • Sociology
  • Austrian History Yearbook
Each version of the European welfare state developed out of particular historical contexts. The modern Austrian welfare state was developed in “Red Vienna” as a response to the perceived dysgenic emergency of World War I and strong doubts about the Lebensfähigkeit (viability, “ability for life”) of the young nation itself. Eugenic thought was central to the Vienna Welfare Ministry's mission, activity, and appeal to both a local and international audience. The welfare system implemented in… Expand
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