President Bush and the Stem Cell Debate Analytical Essay

President Bush and the Stem Cell Debate
A look at the moral divide in the USA over the stem cell issue.
# 2446 | 1,805 words | 7 sources | 2001 | US


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On August 9, 2001 President George W. Bush made a decision to allow limited research on existing stem cells. He made this decision to cater to the wants and needs of as many different people as he could. This paper looks at the moral divide in America, and how difficult it can be for a leader to please the general public.

From the Paper:

"Stem cells are cells that come from human embryos, which is why this whole issue has become a moral dilemma. The human embryos are often times "spare" ones from fertility clinics. These embryos would be discarded because the would-be mother no longer needs them (Stem Cell 06). The idea of human embryos being used for any sort of medical research, even for a good cause, angers many people - especially pro-life ones. But this will be discussed later."

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President Bush and the Stem Cell Debate (2003, February 16) Retrieved May 23, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/president-bush-and-the-stem-cell-debate-2446/

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