Blood Relations: Animals, Humans, and Politics

By: Montgomery, Charlotte

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Blood Relations takes us inside the little-known world of the Canadian animal rights movement. Ridiculed by angry industries, vilified by scientists, and largely ignored by the media and the left, this grassroots phenomenon has enlisted a new generation of activists dedicated to changing the most basic political arrangements on the planet. Meet the people involved and the issue they raise. Extremists trade time in jail to save animals' lives. Conservative welfarists struggle to hold their place in the established order. And dedicated, law-abiding advocates fight to make humans recognize that we are only one species among many with legitimate claims. Why does cruel and pointless animal research go on in near total secrecy, despite its public funding? Why does agriculture get a blanket exemption to routinely treat animals in ways that would bring criminal charges in a city setting? And aren't the outcomes predictable when a political movement with a small but skilful outlaw wing is deliberately excluded from the political agenda?

Title: Blood Relations: Animals, Humans, and Politics

Author: Montgomery, Charlotte

Categories: Health/Medicine,

Edition: Ex Library

Publisher: United Kingdom, Between the Lines: 2000

ISBN Number: 1896357393

ISBN Number 13: 9781896357393

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 114316

Description: Ex-library copy with usual stamps, stickers, etc. Binding is solid and text/interior is free of marking of any kind. 337 pages.