Preventing Prenatal Harm, Second Edition
Should the State Intervene?
This edition has been completely updated and expanded. Mathieu presents new arguments for acceptable types of state intervention and provides specific examples. This edition also incorporates recent court decisions, especially cases involving substance abuse. The book includes both an updated bibliography and an updated reference list of relevant court cases.
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"Her arguments are masterfully marshalled. For those interested in the subject matter, this book is now their point of departure—regardless of their terminus."—Theological Studies
"Mathieu's book is clear, succinct, and philosophically astute. Those working on reproductive ethics will find it a useful reference since it summarizes legal cases well and supports empirical claims with a wealth of medical date."—Ethics
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