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Unformatted text preview: quity. She believes that consideration of non-human animals based upon their own inherent self interests is the true test of sustainability The article explores the negative impacts of suppressing interspecies [equity and] presents examples of how to incorporate the ideals of equity into sustainability theory. Dylan, Coby Examining the Viability of Another Lord of Yesterday: Open Range Laws and Livestock Dominance in the Modern West ANIMAL LAW, v. 5, p. 147-76 (1999) Mr. Dolan focuses on the recent case of Dr. Patrick Shipsey, an Oregon landowner convicted of shooting cattle that wandered onto his land, to demonstrate the development of open range laws in Oregon and the West. The comment also provides policy alternatives that reflect modern demographic changes and rebalancing of the economic and environmental burdens of ranching practices. Lake, Aaron 1998 Legislative Review ANIMAL LAW, v. 5, p.89-112 (1999) Legislative Review is a new feature summarizing the major state ballot initiative drives...
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2010 for the course BOUIZAN 352140 taught by Professor Scroeba during the Spring '10 term at Acton School of Business.

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