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Claiming Rights for Non-Human Animals: Civilization’s Ultimate Challenge

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Affiliations: 1: New Zealand Centre for Human-Animal Studies, University of


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1. Shapiro K. , DeMello M. "The state of human-animal studies" Society & Animals 2010 Vol 18 3 307 318
2. Walsh E. J. "The Animal Enterprise Protection Act: A scientist’s perspective" Lab Animal 2000 Vol 29 24 31

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