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McGee, Glenn, ed., The Human Cloning Debate, 3d ed., Berkeley Hills Books, 2002.

First published after the 1997 cloning of the sheep
Dolly, this updated collection of essays outlines the
major ethical issues involved in human cloning. It
also gives a comprehensive overview, in layperson's
terms, of the science involved in cloning.



Nader, Ralph, and Martin Teitel, Genetically Engineered Food: Changing the Nature of Nature, 2d ed., Inner Traditions International, 2001.

Nader, a well-known environmentalist and Green
Party political candidate, and Teitel give a thorough
overview of how food is genetically engineered. The
authors also examine the potential ethical and environmental
consequences of genetically engineered
food.




Schor, Juliet, and Betsy Taylor, eds., Sustainable Planet: Solutions for the Twenty-First Century, Beacon Press, 2003.

Schor and Taylor, both involved administratively
with the Center for a New American Dream (CNAD),
compile sixteen essays from a variety of environmental
commentators. The mission of CNAD is to...


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