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Book review: Kerry Lynn Macintosh, 'Illegal beings: Human clones and the law'

Ford, Mary (2007) Book review: Kerry Lynn Macintosh, 'Illegal beings: Human clones and the law'. [Review]

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Abstract

At the conceptual level, Illegal Beings is an original and thought-provoking attempt to apply US Constitutional Law to the topical and highly-controversial subject of human reproductive cloning. In its detail, however, the author's argument encounters various problems that raise serious questions about its practical applicability.