Meat market: animals, ethics, & money

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Brio Press, Jul 15, 2005 - Business & Economics - 273 pages
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Meat Market elevates the debate over animal agriculture. Erik Marcus exposes and clears away the exaggerated claims and counterclaims put forth by the meat industry and its opponents. In the process, Marcus presents a thorough examination of animal agricultures cruelties and its far-reaching social costs. Marcus then considers the discouraging progress made by the animal protection movement. He evaluates where the movement has gone wrong, and how its shortcomings could best be remedied.

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This is an essential read for anyone interested in the US animal farming system. Marcus is very objective in his writing, backing up all of his claims and taking care not to fall into PETA style rants about animal liberation. A great informative read... Read full review

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Mr. Markus did a great job making this book a terrific resource for anyone looking to engage themselves with the new upcoming revolution of veganism. As implied he gives a thorough run down on all ... Read full review


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Erik Marcus is a writer and public speaker who is dedicated to the advocacy of vegan and vegetarian diets. He is a graduate of Columbia University, where he earned his master's degree in teaching writing. He lives in Cupertion, California.