U. S. Geneticist Frederick Adams Woods, who lives in Rome and loves
to count, tabulated the fecundity of Englishmen listed in Who's Who.
Issued last week were his findings: businessmen have three times as
many children as artists and authors. Fecundity, reasons Geneticist
Woods, depends upon an inheritable desire to leave descendants. The
family-minded are usually practical, go into business.
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