Would eugenics laws really be abolished if they staid in place till early 2000s? It should’ve become a normalized practice with minimal outrage if they were in place for a century. Especially if American never went as far as Hitler.
Also considering German Eugenics is what caused outrage and is so prominent does that mean Holocaust doesn’t happen in this timeline or that it’s never found out?
Rolled back mid-century, actual abolition 40 years later. Almost as if there were something that could temporarily legitimize eugenic policies, that happened in the same period as the much-alluded-to "events" of the fifth, sixth, and seventh decades of the 20th century.