Excerpt from The Scientific Monthly, Vol. 10: January to June, 1920
In the total population examined there were found 468 men defective per examined. That is to say, over half of the men were found to be without any physical or mental blemish significant enough to be recorded... . In some of the men 2 or more defects were noted, so that in the total there are 557 de feets noted per men examined. The number would have been somewhat higher except for the fact that only one, the major defect, was, in the first million men, copied from the examination form and was used in the present statistics. The number 557 is important because it represents the sum of all of the ratios per men examined for the 269 defects and groups of defects that were recognized.
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