Expecting Trouble: Surrogacy, Fetal Abuse, and New Reproductive Technologies

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Notes
1.
Murray Edelman, The Symbolic Uses of Politics ( Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1964); Marjorie Randon Hershey, "Direct Action and the Abortion Issue: The Political Participation of Single-Issue Groups", in Interest Group Politics, 2nd ed., ed. Allan J. Cigler and Burdett A. Loomis ( Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly Press, 1986), 27-45.
2.
Celeste Michelle Condit, Decoding Abortion Rhetoric ( Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1990), 79-91.
3.
Dawn E. Johnsen, "The Creation of Fetal Rights: Conflicts with Women's Constitutional Rights to Liberty, Privacy, and Equal Protection", Yale Law Journal 95:599 ( 1986).
4.
Alida Brill, "Womb Versus Woman", Dissent ( Summer 1991):396.
5.
Quoted in Janet Gallagher, "Fetus as Patient", in Reproductive Laws for the 1990s, ed. Sherrill Cohen and Nadine Taub ( Clifton, N.J.: Humana Press, 1989),198.
6.
Michael R. Harrison, Mitchell S. Golbus, and Roy A. Filly, The Unborn Patient, 2nd ed. ( Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Co., 1991), 3.
7.
See, for example, Jack A. Pritchard, Paul C. MacDonald, and Norman E Gant, eds., Williams Obstetrics, 17th ed. ( Norwalk, Conn.: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1985).
8.
Gallagher, "Fetus as Patient", 188.
9.
Sally Jane Kenney, For Whose Protection? Reproductive Hazards and Exclusionary Policies in the United States and Britain ( Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1992), 1.
10.
See Daniel Callahan, "How Technology Is Reframing the Abortion Debate", Hastings Center Report 16( 1):33 ( 1986); Don Colburn, "Fetal Surgery to Repair Birth Defects Safe, Study Says". Washington Post (Health section), 16 February 1991, 5; Gallagher, "Fetus as Patient"; Steven Greenhouse, "Scientist Says He Transplanted Tissue into Fetus", New York Times (national edition), 30 March 1989, 17; Kenney, For Whose Protection?; Gina Kolata, "Lifesaving Surgery on a Fetus Works for the First Time", New York Times (national edition), 31 May 1990, 1, 8; Gina Kolata, "Surgery on Fetuses Reveals They Heal Without Scars", New York Times (national edition), 6 August 1988,1, 21.
11.
Robert L. Anderson and Mitchell S. Golbus. "Social and Environmental Risks of Pregnancy", in Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy: Science, Ethics and the Law, ed. Mark I. Evans et al. ( Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1989), 114.
12.
W. Allen Hogge and Mitchell S. Golbus, "Fetal Therapy", in Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy: Science, Ethics and the Law, ed. Mark I. Evans et al. ( Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1989),395.
13.
John A. Robertson, "Legal Issues in Fetal Therapy", in Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy: Science, Ethics and the Law, ed. Mark I. Evans et al. ( Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1989), 435.
14.
Lynn D. Fleischer, "What About the Children?The Dilemma of Prematernal Liability", in Fetal Diagnosis and Therapy: Science, Ethics and the Law, ed. Mark I. Evans et al. ( Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1989), 520-533.
15.
Robertson, "Legal Issues in Fetal Therapy", 431-432.
16.
Eric P Finamore, "Jefferson v. Griffen Spalding County Hospital Authority. Court-Ordered Surgery to Protect the Life of an Unborn Child"," American Journal of Law and Medicine, 9:101 ( 1983).
17.
Deborah J. Krauss, "Regulating Women's Bodies: The Adverse Effect of Fetal Rights on Childbirth Decisions and Women of Color", Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 26:526 ( 1991).
18.
Isabel Wilkerson, "Court Backs Woman in Pregnancy Drugs Case", New York Times (national edition), 3 April 1991, A13.
19.
Joseph Losco, "Fetal Abuse: An Exploration of Emerging Philosophic, Legal, and Policy Issues", Western Political Quarterly 42( 2):278-279 ( June 1, 1989).

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • Notes 7
  • 2 - The Tailor-Made Child: Implications for Women and the State 9
  • Notes 19
  • References 21
  • 3 - Fetal Personhood: Political Identity Under Construction 25
  • Notes 44
  • References 51
  • 4 - Fetal Endangerment Versus Fetal Welfare: Discretion of Prosecutors in Determining Criminal Liability 55
  • Notes 75
  • References 79
  • 5 - A Gender Analysis of Policy Formation: the Case of Fetal Abuse 85
  • Notes 103
  • References 104
  • 6 - Punishment, Treatment, Empowerment: Three Approaches to Policy for Pregnant Addicts 109
  • Notes 126
  • References 131
  • 7 - The Aclu Philosophy and the Right to Abuse the Unborn 135
  • Notes 140
  • 8 - The Trope of the Dark Continent in the Fetal Harm Debates: "Africanism" and the Right to Choice' 142
  • Notes 152
  • 9 - "Surrogate Mothering" and Women's Freedom: a Critique of Contracts for Human Reproduction 156
  • Notes 171
  • References 174
  • 10 - The "Gift" of a Child: Commercial Surrogacy, Gift Surrogacy, and Motherhood 177
  • Notes 196
  • References 200
  • About the Contributors 203
  • About the Book 205
  • Index 207
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