Should Human Cloning be Banned?
The topic of the 14th College of Communication “Great Debate” was “Should Human Cloning be Banned?” Following the… read more
The topic of the 14th College of Communication “Great Debate” was “Should Human Cloning be Banned?”
Following the formal presentations of arguments for and against the proposition, participants responded to questions from the audience.
The moderator Professor Zelnick granted a small margin to the advocates of a ban on cloning.
Professor Lee is an adviser to President Bush on his Council on Bioethics. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Patrick Lee Professor Franciscan University of Steubenville->Philosophy
- Judy Norsigian Executive Director Our Bodies, Ourselves
- John Robertson Professor University of Texas at Austin->Law
- Lee Silver Professor Princeton University
- Katie Smith Student Boston University->Communication
- Melissa Troiano Student Boston University->Communication
- Robert Zelnick Director Boston University->Journalism Department
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