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Annotation: This website was filled with knowledge and new information that was crucial in the formation of our website. Most of the information from this page was used in the Thesis Statement and Eugenics Globally tab. However, without knowing who the author is, it is hard to determine whether this website provided information from a person experienced the topic of eugenics, or a person who is used potentially unreliable online sources.
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Annotation: This website was reliable in the sense that the author has studied Eugenics as it mentions that she has a Ph.D. This website wasn’t generally ‘biased’ towards one side of eugenics argument because this website is more ‘factually’ based and less ‘opinion’ based.
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