Letter from Maxine Singer to Lorill Brown-Rezanka


Title:
Letter from Maxine Singer to Lorill Brown-Rezanka
Creator:
Singer, Maxine
Recipient:
Brown-Rezanka, Lorill and California. Legislature. Assembly
Date:
6 June 1977
Description:
Throughout the recombinant DNA controversy of the 1970s, Singer argued that only national standards, not restrictions issued by state or local governments, could assure a balance between safeguarding public health and the environment, and allowing this promising new line of research to proceed without overly burdensome and widely-varying requirements for review and authorization.
Original Repository:
Library of Congress. Maxine Singer Papers
Location:
Box: 35. Folder: 1
Rights:
Reproduced with permission of the Library of Congress.
Genre:
Letters (correspondence)
Subject:
DNA, Recombinant
Format:
Text
Extent:
2 pages
Relation:
Testimony of Maxine Singer before the California State Legislature, 1977
Language:
English
Legacy Source Citation:
Original Repository. Library of Congress. Maxine Singer Papers. 12494
Legacy ID:
DJBBJW
NLM ID:
101584644X135
Profiles Collection:
The Maxine Singer Papers
Story Section:
Risk, Regulation, and Scientific Citizenship: The Controversy over Recombinant DNA Research