Just a thought, but how about an apology to the babies (now adults) that ended up being adopted by people who were considered 'decent', just because they held nice middle-class jobs.? A potential male adopter who was a teacher was 'waived through' by a magistrate. Nobody thought to enquire if the mother was fit to adopt, whether she'd had help to overcome the reasons she couldn't give birth, etc.-blah. Cruel for her, certainly cruel for the child they'd adopted, who was eventually diagnosed as being Autistic, a condition that she sought to 'control' via extreme-violence. I'm not blaming any individual here, the whole process was, albeit by today's societal norms and values, staggeringly cruel and arrogant.
Thankfully, I forgave my my adoptive mother and as adults, we had a great relationship (it is so much easier to like somebody when they're not beating you with a .... etc-blah). I knew she hadn't been in control of her mental health for decades and was impressed that once she eventually managed to be in control of it, she had the decency to apologize. However, for other adoptees, things were sadly much worse than my example. Children abused in a myriad of ways by psychopathic adopter-parents who, because they were 'one of us' were able to project a veneer of 'respectability' that allowed them to adopt babies. I could go on as like many Autists, I 'babble-type'. However, I'll sign off by saying I reckon the above deserves and apology also. Personally, I'm not bothered, what is done is done, but for many others in my situation (and many in much worse situations) it would perhaps mean quite a lot.