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I do not know where the number of came from. It applies to the estimated Jukes. I do not know where the number comes from except that it seems to be an extreme exaggeration. The Cost "His descendants cost the State one and a quarter million dollars.
But what about the total cost? However, this number is not an estimate of how much it cost the State of New York. Instead, it is an estimate of the total cost of the Juke family. You might think that this cost is primarily supporting the paupers and criminals.
Over one million dollars of this money was an estimated cost of prostitution most of which was the cost of venereal disease passed through prostitution.
The origin of all the numbers below is unknown. It is reasonable to suspect heridity as having some influence though there is no solid evidence for this. The Jukes usually did not marry well, so the incoming genes were probably not very good.
Parental upbringing was no doubt a factor too. Dugdale stresses environmental factors and Dugdale notes that other families of crime came from that area.
Again, these would be just contributing factors, but they may have made the largest contribution. When the father goes to prison, the wife is likely to take up prositution or the family is likely to be sent to the poor house.
There was a pattern of state aid to the poor in that county, in an effort to entice votes. The work in the area was primarily simple labor, and there was less work in the winter, leaving time for debauchery and creating more need for public assistance.
The Jukes reputation did not help either -- people were probably reluctant to hire the Jukes. Estabrook says that one factory manager kept a list of all the last names of the Jukes and automatically rejected any job applicant with one of those last names.
Disease, especially syphilis, was another important factor. How Did We Get Here How can we have such extensive reproduction of a story that is essentially wrong?
Part of the problem is that Dugdale's original report is confusing and difficult to understand. He uses words in unfamiliar ways "descendants", "harlot".
He has three different counts for the total number of Jukes. He includes Max even though Max is not the patriarch. We are all familiar with the game where a message is passed down the line and becomes distorted.
IO expected the find this for the Jukes story. But I did not. For the most part, when someone reproduces this story as a reliable source for example, as part of a bookthey try to be accurate.
And, for the most part, people seem not to replicate unreliable sources. Instead, what seems to happen is intentional fabrication. Consider this version of the story: This study was focused around the lives of two men: Max Jukes and Jonathan Edwards.
Max Jukes was an Atheist that believed in the abolition of laws and rules.
Jukes formed an organization called the Freedom Movement that preached free sex, no laws, no formal education and no responsibilities. Both of these men The original study of Edwards was reported by Winship in Yale is the second unique fabrication.
As already noted, the Freedom Movement is a fabrication. We do not know how many children Max Jukes had, and I know of no study mentioning this detail.
Drug addiction presumably was minor in the Jukes family, given the times and their financial situation and I know of no other story mentioning this detail. This story fits a model of one person fabricating several details. Other people then replicate this story.Visit Us. Jonathan Edwards Winery 74 Chester Maine Road N.
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