Human Genetic Engineering
A Guide for Activists, Skeptics, and the Very PerplexedBook - 2005
The debate over human Genetic Engineering (GE) is about to go mainstream. Not as a one-day wonder about cloning or a theological disagreement about embryos, but as a major political issue, driven in part by a grassroots movement of opposition. Human Genetic Engineering is a highly readable and entertaining guide. It explains in accessible language for a popular audience the essential questions that will arise in the future debates: What is human GE? Will it work? What perspectives should we remember? Who is doing what, and why?
Publisher: New York : Nation Books, c2005.
Characteristics: v, 327 p.