Animal Rights
by Henry S. Scott

A humanitarian (animalitarian?) defense of the idea that animals have rights. The defense is emotional rather than philosophical. He has chapters on killing animals for sport, vivisection, food, and clothing. He shows that man has been unnecessarily cruel to animals, and he urges reform on all fronts from vegetarianism to antivivisection. It includes an excellent bibliography.

Year Read: 1983


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