Family Bonds: Adoption and the Politics of Parenting
Now in paperback--the definitive book on infertility, adoption, and the new reproductive technologies, by the nation's leading expert on adoption and related parenting issues. In this passionate book, Professor Bartholet questions current thinking about parenting and challenges the legal system, the bureaucracies, and the social attitudes which hinder the adoption process.
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Becoming an Adoptive Parent
The Biologic Bias
Tales of Loss and Visions of Connection
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