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How to Do Animal Rights: ...legally with confidence

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How to Do Animal Rights: ...legally with confidence
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Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN/ASIN: B0094R64IW
Number of pages: 216

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Do animal rights as a practical and legal activity. Learn about animal ethics so that you can defend your actions rationally. Topics include: the major problems that humanity is causing animal life; the moral philosophy underlying animal rights; the major methods of campaigning, practical activities for promoting animal rights; how to deal with possible clashes with the police; biographical sketches of selected animal rights activists from all walks of life to offer you inspiration; etc.

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