Unformatted text preview: their natural environment, whether land, air, or water, and should be allowed to procreate.) was followed, then there would have been no real development of civilization. North America was a mostly all wild land, except for that land that was cultivated by some native tribes. When settlers came in, the wilderness was cut down to make room for civilization. By clearing the environment of the wild, animal life was harmed, either because the animals were left without a home or because they were killed during the process. If all these settlers were conscientious of animals and their right to freedom, then progress would have been stopped in the sake of protecting the animals. The United States of America would not have come into existence. Humans are also hurt on the path to progress for a civilization. Wars are fought and lives are taken. In short, The goals of the League are unrealistic, and the scenario above illustrates the point....
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- Philosophy, Natural environment, Sindoori Murugavel Philosophy, In ternational League of the Rights of Animals, 303K Reader Response