Equal Consideration and the Interest of Nonhuman Animals in Continued Existence: A Response to Professor Sunstein
Francione (Gary)
Source: Francione (Gary) - Animals as Persons: Essays on the Abolition of Animal Exploitation, Chapter 4
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  1. In this essay I reply to Professor Cass Sunstein who, in a lengthy review of my Introduction to Animal Rights2 in The New Republic, claims that I have failed to justify why we should not focus on better regulating our treatment of animals rather than abolishing animal use.

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Footnote 1: Taken from "Francione (Gary) - The Abolition of Animal Use Versus the Regulation of Animal Treatment".

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