Sylvia Engdahl (Editor)
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DescriptionThis book introduces your readers to major court cases and rulings that have shaped our experience of animal welfare. Each case is explained, then supported by essays that explain the majority and dissenting opinions. Essay sources such as Thurgood Marshall explain rulings related to animal welfare advocates. Harvard Law Review explains that human plaintiffs can act as proxies for animals in lawsuits. Ruth Bader Ginsburg explains that defense considerations do not authorize the Navy to violate the law. By examining the legal issues around animal welfare, readers will be able to develop their own intelligent viewpoints on this topic.
February 01, 2010
9.18 X 9.17 X 0.65 inches | 0.89 pounds
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