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Eating Her Too: Bentham’s Mistake; Animal Rights: Your Child or the Dog? Francione, Gary L.
Rain without Thunder: The Ideology of the Animal Rights Movement
Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1996
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“In the past decade, a number of progressive social movements have become increasingly
moderate and even reactionary in their attempts to become more ‘mainstream.’ Francione’s book
brilliantly analyzes this phenomenon in a particular context—the animal rights movement… [His]
analysis is an articulate and insightful warning not only for those interested in animal rights but for
those interested in understanding the current paralysis of other movements for social justice. This
is an important book.” Drucilla Cornell, Professor of Women’s Studies and Law, Rutgers
Introduction: Animal Rights and Animal Welfare; Animal Rights: The Rejection of
Instrumentation; The New Welfarists; The Philosophical and Historical Origins of New Welfarism: The “Animal Confusion” Movement; Theory: Is Animal...
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