Cloning is ethical depending on how it’s used

Macro-scale ethical problems are foreseeable mainly if any one entity has the power to create an army-scale number of clones.  And since one woman must bear each clone, the numbers would thus inevitably be kept down somewhat (unless she bears a clone a year for money, or some situation like that).

But the parents who will raise the child can make these decisions regarding the genetic make-up, and unless they are coached or placed under duress in this, I do not see a problem.

I for one would consider it an honor to my parents and their union, as well as to all my ancestors, to have myself cloned.  The only possible disgrace I can think of would be the condition of the world to which the clone might be left to the mercy, and with proper parents to raise it, that should not be too much of a problem.

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