Opposing Viewpoints Series Biomedical Ethics -- including:
The Risks of Human Cloning Outweigh The Benefits-NBAC Cloning Research Would Not benefit Humans-Kevin T. Fitzgerald Cloning Would Violate A Person's Individuality-Allen Verhey Includes the following: Jerry Adler "Clone Hype,"Newsweek, November 8, 1993 Sharon Begley "Little Lamb, Who Made Thee?" Newsweek, March 10, 1997 Chris Bull "Send in the Clones" Barry Came "The Prospect of Evil," Maclean's, March 10, 1997 Philip Elmer-Dewitt "Cloning: Where Do We Draw the Line?" Time Magazine Free Inquiry Special section on cloning humans, Summer 1997 Christine Gorman "To Ban or Not to Ban?" Time Magazine Hastings Center Report Response to the NBAC Report on human cloning, September/October 1997 Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal Special issue on the ethics of cloning human embryos, September 1994 Gina Kolata "Ethics Panel Recommends a Ban on Human Cloning,"
Review of Books, October 23, 1997 R.C. Lewontin "The Confusion over Cloning," New York Review of Books, October 23, 1997 David Masci "The Cloning Controversy," CQ Researcher, May 9, 1997 Stephen G. Post "The Judeo-Christian Case Against Human Cloning," America, June 21, 1997 Time Magazine Special report on cloning, March 10, 1997