The animal rights movement is based on the belief that animals possess inherent rights and human use of animals violates these rights. This title examines how the animal rights movement has affected areas such as hunting, medical research and farming.
"This book is certainly up-to-date, and presents in unbiased, well-reasoned discussion of the subject. There are copious notes and an equally list of books and other sources consulted, as well as contact information on organizations mentioned in the text."
-- School Library Journal (October 2001)
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