DINNER AT THE NEW GENE CAFE: HOW GENETIC ENGINEERING IS CHANGING WHAT WE EAT, HOW WE LIVE, AND THE GLOBAL POLITICS OF FOOD
New York: Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin's Press, 2001. 383 p.
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Book notes: recent works on the promise and peril of genetic engineering [review of "Ageless bodies, happy souls: biotechnology and the pursuit of perfection," The New Atlantis: A Journal of Technology and Society 2003 Spring; (1): 9-28; Engineering and the Human Germline: An Exploration of the Science and Ethics of Altering the Genes We Pass to Our Children, edited by Gregory Stock and John Campbell; Brave New Worlds: Staying Human in the Genetic Future, by Bryan Appleyard; and Exploding the Gene Myth: How Genetic Information Is Produced and Manipulated by Scientists, Physicians, Employers, Insurance Companies, Educators, and Law Enforcers, by Ruth Hubbard and Elijah Wald] Jersild, Paul (2003-09)
Life and death decisions: America's changing attitudes towards genetic engineering, genetic testing and abortion, 1972-98 Bane, Audra; Brown, Lesli; Carter, Joy; Cote, Chris; Crider, Karin; de la Forest, Suzanne; Livingston, Michelle; Montero, Darrel (2003-04)