GM baby debate heavy on rhetoric, not thoughtfulness

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debate on the question “Should We Prohibit Genetically Engineered Babies?,” sponsored by Intelligence Squared, took place in New York City on February 13 and is now being broadcast on NPR stations across the country. Unfortunately for those seeking a thoughtful approach to one of the most consequential societal challenges we face, the speakers taking the “no” side seemed more interested in scoring debating points than in honestly grappling with the question at hand.

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