. . .From newspapers, magazines, and professional journals, I compiled a list of333 people who took a public stand on [Dr.] Haiselden's refusal to treat impaired newborns [in 1915] . . . more than half endorsed letting at least some impaired infants die, including 14 who called for actively killing defective babies.

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