In this Essay, Professor Radhika Rao, explores three reasons for the popular repugnance toward human cloning and their consequences for the question whether or not there is a constitutional right to clone a human being. She argues that, although the impulse to ban human cloning may stem from the wrong reasons, human cloning may still be banned for the right reasons.
What's So Strange about Human Cloning,
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