Monkey Business: The Disturbing Case That Launched the Animal Rights Movement

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National PressBooks, 1993 - Animal experimentation - 254 pages
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How Alex Pacheco and Ingrid Newkirk worked together in an underground effort to bring about the first criminal prosecution of a researcher for animal cruelty, and to establish People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals as America's premier animal rights organization.

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I finished this book in just a few days. I was surprised to learn more about the history of the Animal Rights movement in the US and how it really took off as a result of experiments that were going ... Read full review

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User Review  - Claire - Goodreads

Wow, first review. I was looking through my old diary and found an entry about this book. Here is what I said "...it is really a great book. It's about the Silver Springs monkey case, the first case ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
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Introduction
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The Laboratory
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Copyright

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