Broken Code: The Exploitation of DNA

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Sierra Club Books, 1984 - Social Science - 354 pages
In an examination of the social and ethical implications of recombinant DNA technology the author reviews key genetic discoveries, identifies potential ecological hazards, and criticizes the laissez-faire economics and lack of long-range planning surrounding the work

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The Quest
Discovery and Regulation 13
Genetic Control

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About the author (1984)

Marc Lappe holds a doctorate in Experimental Pathology and has taught at Cal Berkeley, State University of New York, Northwestern, Sarah Lawrence and the University of Illinois.

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