This article will examine the plight of the artificial father and surrogate mother by focusing on how the law views artificial insemination. From this focus, the author will explore alternative responses for dealing with problems involving surrogate mothers, donor insemination, and infertility and show their symbiotic, if not direct, relation to the problem of infertility.
George P. Smith II, The Razor’s Edge of Human Bonding: Artificial Fathers and Surrogate Mothers, 5 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. 639 (1983).