Paradise Found or Where the Sex Problem has been solved (A Story from South America)

TitleParadise Found or Where the Sex Problem has been solved (A Story from South America)
Year for Search1936
AuthorsArmstrong, C[harles] Wicksteed F.R.G.S.(1871-1959?)
Tertiary AuthorsArmstrong, C. Wicksteed F.R.G.S.
Date Published1936
PublisherJohn Bale, Sons & Danielsson
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

A eutopia describing a eugenic colony in Brazil called Eugenia. Relatively few laws. The natural position of women is child-rearing and domestic labor while that of men is combat and work. Sexual freedom for the unmarried but self-control is stressed. Voluntary euthanasia. Defective children killed. The author had previously made a proposal for such a colony; see his “A Eugenic Colony: A Proposal for South America.” The Eugenics Review (London) 25.2 (n.s. 6.2) (July 1933): 91-97. See 1892 Armstrong; and his The Only Way: A Suggestion as to the True Solution to the Problems of Over-population, Degeneration, Unemployment and the Menace of War. London: Edgar G. Dunstan, [1921?].

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Author Note

English author (1871-1959?) who spent many years in South America and appears to have died there.

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1936 Armstrong, C[harles] Wicksteed, F.R.G.S. (1871-1959?). Paradise Found or Where the Sex Problem has been solved (A Story from South America). London: John Bale, Sons & Danielsson. L, PSt

A eutopia describing a eugenic colony in Brazil called Eugenia. Relatively few laws. The natural position of women is child-rearing and domestic labor while that of men is combat and work. Sexual freedom for the unmarried but self-control is stressed. Voluntary euthanasia. Defective children killed. The author had previously made a proposal for such a colony; see his “A Eugenic Colony: A Proposal for South America.” The Eugenics Review (London) 25.2 (n.s. 6.2) (July 1933): 91-97. See also 1892 Armstrongand his The Only Way: A Suggestion as to the True Solution to the Problems of Over-population, Degeneration, Unemployment and the Menace of War. London: Edgar G. Dunstan, [1921?]. English author who spent many years in South America and appears to have died there.