Very good. 632 p. Audience: General/trade. Previous owner's name on front free endpaper; otherwise, a clean, unmarked copy. 33 essays by scholars--primarily Catholic--arranged under these eight headings: (1) Abortion / (2) Severely Handicapped Children / (3) Death and Dying / (4) Research and Human Experimentation / (5) Ethical Dilemmas in Obtaining Informed consent / (6) Genetic Engineering and Genetic policy / (7) The Allocation of Scarce Resources / (8) Behavior Modification.
Good. Publisher: Paulist PressDate of Publication: 1976Binding: permaboundEdition: Condition: Good/No JacketDescription: 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall 0-8091-1970-6 Ex-Library Library discard. Frontmatter and edge are stamped. Endpapers have bookplate, checkout slip, card pocket, and label. Numbers on spine. Edgewear. A few pages have study marks. Each chapter has references. 513 pages. Softcover book in library Permabound hardcover binding.
Good. Good/--. First 1/3 of book has underlined, in pencil, passages. Tight binding. Personal inscription from author to a friend--on the inside front cover, rather than the title page. 'Don, With all best wishes, Tom Shannon'. 8vo.
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