Table of contents for Liberation biology : the moral and scientific defense of the biotech revolution, or, why you should relax and enjoy the brave new world / by Ronald Bailey.

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Preface--Brave New World Reconsidered 
Introduction--BioPolitics--Fight of the Century 
Chapter 1--Forever Young--The Biology and Politics of Immortality
Chapter 2--Final Victory Over Disease?--Building Humanity's Extended Immune System
Chapter 3--Are Stem Cells Babies?--The Ethics of Making Perfect Transplants 
Chapter 4--Who's Afraid of Human Cloning? 
Chapter 5--Hooray for Designer Babies! 
Chapter 6--Biotech Cornucopia--Improving Nature for Humanity's Benefit
Chapter 7--Changing Your Own Mind--The Neuroethics of Psychopharmacology
Chapter 8--Conclusion--The Age of Liberation Biology 
Author Biography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Biotechnology -- Social aspects.
Genetic engineering -- Social aspects.