A mass grave of disabled people, including children with Down’s syndrome, has been found in Germany. We shudder at the thought of the carnage but avert our eyes at contemporary eugenics advocacy of the kind that led doctors–not just Nazis–to justify the murder of disabled babies and other people. Indeed, advocacy on behalf of eugenic infanticide is now deemed so legitimate that proponents even get to teach at prestigious universities such as Princeton. The North Koreans are apparently slaughtering disabled children and the world is silent. Meanwhile, the Dutch Parliament is on the verge of legalizing killing babies born with severe birth anomalies, a practice already tolerated by the government, and they are deemed among our most enlightened nations. And we, who give so much support to the Special Olympics, think it is peachy keen that most babies with Down syndrome are not allowed to live until birth. As the old song has it, everything old is new again.