Looking Back and Judging Our Predecessors
Beauchamp, Tom L.
Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal. 1996 Sep; 6(3): 251-270.
The Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments has correctly argued that persons and institutions can sometimes be held responsible for actions taken more than a half-century ago, when practices and policies on the use of research subjects were strikingly different. In reaching its conclusions, the Committee did not altogether adhere to the language and commitments of its own ethical framework. In its
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