Animals and the Law: A Sourcebook (Google eBook)

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ABC-CLIO, Jan 1, 2001 - Law - 591 pages
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Written by Jordan Curnutt, "Animals and the LaW" covers everything from the Silver Spring monkeys, subjects in the first U.S. lab raided by police where criminal charges were filed against a scientist conducting federally funded research, to sex with animals. Among the subjects reviewed are kosher and Halal food restrictions, mad cow disease and cattle cannibalism, animals in laboratories, and as entertainment--in circuses, zoos, rodeos, horse racing, cockfighting, and more. Also included are appendixes of animal organizations, cases, statutes and regulations, and an extensive bibliography.

  

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This is an incredible resource for non-lawyers interested in the history and purpose of major U.S. federal laws pertaining to animals. It offers clear, fascinating reading and explains what was going on that generated the need for each law, and who the people and groups were that participated in the pros and cons of its passage. It's too bad that it is not regularly updated, but it is still one of the best resources I have found. Our university has it licensed as an e-book and we assign portions of it to our students. Gini Barrett, Western University College of Veterinary Medicine. 

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Curnutt is assistant professor of philosophy at St. Cloud State University.

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