BOOKS: Animal Rights
From ANIMAL PEOPLE, October 2004:
A very short introduction
by David DeGrazia
Oxford University Press
(198 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10016), 2002. 131 pp., paperback. $9.95.
In just 116 pages George Washington University professor
David DeGrazia reviews the different schools of thought within the
animal rights movement, and then examines three of the more
contentious issues: meat eating, zoos, and biomedical research.
De Grazia presents the concepts, arguments and counter
arguments as well as possible within the constraints of brevity.
morality of animal rights.
–Chris Mercer & Bev Pervan