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Animal rights and welfare / edited by Jeanne Williams.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
1991
Imprint:
New York : H.W. Wilson, 1991.
Format:
  • Book
  • 168 p. ; 19 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 157-168).
Contents:
  • Rights and responsibilities: Why worry about the animals? / Jean Bethke Elshtain. Are animals people too? / Robert Wright. Dominion over the earth / Gabriel Moran. Animal lib / Tim Stafford
  • Animals in research: Of pain and progress / Geoffrey Cowley et al. Animal research is unnecessary and dangerous to humans / Steve Siegel. Animal research is critical to continued progress in human health / Frankie L. Trull. Human vs. animal rights / Jerod M. Loeb. A scientist, "I am the enemy" / Ron Darpati. Alternatives to animals in toxicity testing / Alan M. Goldberg and John M. Frazier. A plea for the chimps / Jane Goodall
  • The movement in transition: The fur flies / Jeanie Kasindorf/ Superchicken / Richard Conniff. The American hunter under fire / Michael Satchell. All heaven in a rage / Macdonald Daly. Fuzzy-wuzzy thinking about animal rights / Richard Conniff. Out of the cage / Merritt Clifton.
Contributor:
Williams, Jeanne, 1930-
Series:
Reference shelf ; v. 63, no. 4
Subjects:
ISBN:
0824208153
9780824208158

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