Animal Rights: A Reference Handbook

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ABC-CLIO, 1994 - Political Science - 240 pages
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An in-depth look at the social issues involved with animal rights, including scientific experimentation and animal harvesting, as well as the ongoing debate between animal rights activists and the scientific community.


* Includes a section on federal laws dealing with the protection of animals, and a summary of animal rights litigation

* Provides a comprehensive list of print and nonprint materials including electronic bulletin boards, online databases, and videos as well as a list of organizations complete with address, phone number, and publications

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I am reading this for a sememster topic and so far i love how the author get's straight to the point about Animals and their rights.

Contents

Overview
1
The Literature Search
24
Defining the Experience of Pain
32
Copyright

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Clifford J. Sherry, Ph.D., is a research scientist specializing in neurobiology.

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