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Salvo 42

Salvo 42

Department: Surveillance — Topic: ScientismSalvo #42

Grasping for Air

Steven Wise & the Nonhuman Rights Project by Terrell Clemmons


Background:

As a young law school graduate in 1980, Steven Wise read Animal Liberation: A New Ethics for Our Treatment of Animals, by Peter Singer, which said that animals were being harmed in many ways. Wise was troubled by this and decided to practice law for the interests of animals. He started out working for the Animal Legal Defense Fund, but came to believe that litigating for improved treatment of animals wasn't enough. The real problem, in his mind, was that animals . . .


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