222 pages ; 22 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 211-214) and index.
If humans have rights, animals have rights -- Animal experimentation is cruel to animals and to human beings -- Rise of legal protection for animals -- Experiments on animals are justified -- Moral protest is born -- Equality for animals -- Humans should be biased toward humans -- Animals have inherent value -- Animal rights are weaker than human rights -- Animals feel pleasure and pain -- Animal rights are easy to recognize but hard to respect -- Public debate over animal experimentation -- Animal rights platform -- Extreme tactics have saved countless animals -- Illegal tactics in defense of animals are sometimes justified -- Use of violence in support of animal rights is wrong -- Animal rights terrorism -- Scientists have responded by using fewer animals -- Benefits of animal research are worth the cost -- Science helping animals.
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