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