Yay! The University of Michigan Press has just released the 3rd ed. of Betty Jean Lifton’s classic Lost and Found: the Adoption Experience, the book that launched the contemporary adoptee rights movement.
From the UMP webpage:
The first edition of Betty Jean Lifton’s Lost and Found advanced the adoption rights movement in this country in 1979, challenging many states’ policies of maintaining closed birth records…
This expanded and updated edition, with new material on the controversies concerning adoption, artificial insemination, and newer reproductive technologies, continues to add to the discussion on this important topic. A new preface and afterword by the author have been added, as well as a greatly expanded resources section that in addition to relevant organizations now lists useful Web sites.
The UMP site also includes a long list of online adoption resources–including Bastard Nation.
Here is BJ’s webpage.