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Books on Animal Rights

Animal Liberation by Peter Singer
Why animals should have rights.
The Case for Animal Rights by Tom Regan
Asserts that animals have a basic moral right to be treated with respect for their independent value.
Environmental Justice by Peter Wenz
Considers animal rights as one theory of enviromental justice.
Reinventing Biology: Respect for Life and the Creation of Knowledge edited by Lynda Birke and Ruth Hubbard
Essays by historians, sociologists, biologists, anthropologists and political activists urge a new science based on regard for other organisms as rational and capable of intelligent thought.
Wild Animals and American Environmental Ethics by Lisa Mighetto
Places arguments regarding wildlife protection in historical perspective and thus helps us evaluate our inherited attitudes and assumptions about other animals.

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