The Mother Machine: Reproductive Technologies From Artificial Insemination to Artificial Wombs
New York: Harper and Row; 1985. 374 p.
Abortion; Artificial Insemination; Childbirth; Children; Cloning; Consent; Donors; Discrimination; Eugenics; Family Relationship; Females; Historical Aspects; Homosexuals; Human Experimentation; In Vitro Fertilization; Infanticide; Infertility; Informed Consent; Legal Aspects; Males; Mothers; Motivation; Ovum; Ovum Donors; Parent Child Relationship; Psychological Stress; Reproduction; Reproductive Technologies; Rights; Risks and Benefits; Selective Abortion; Semen Donors; Sex Preselection; Single Persons; Social Discrimination; Social Dominance; Social Impact; Surrogate Mothers; Wedge Argument;
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