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From the Publisher"Janet Dolgin provides an overview of clashing conceptions of family as revealed in the struggle of courts to deal with the impact of various forms of reproductive technology."
"The best book for lawyers to read on the problems of assisted reproduction."
"Carefully researched . . . In Professor Dolgin's view, the family carried forward the feudal structure of hierarchy, mutual loyalty and lack of individual autonomy into the modern era until, like other institutions, it came under stress from the overriding reality of modern life: marketplace economics."
-New York Law Journal,
"Dolgin argues that [surrogacy and reproductive technologies] have only accelerated a clash in visions of the family that have uneasily coexisted for more than a century."