It is not readily appreciated, except for those of us who are deeply involved in the animal movement, how the debate on animal rights and animal exploitation has grown and spread over the past ten years. It may, therefore, be of some interest to readers to have a chronology of important events and publications from the past decade. The outline is not meant to be comprehensive and others would no doubt highlight different events, but it is hoped that it will prove to be of interest and of use. The philosophical, legislative and scientific aspects are dealt with separately for the sake of simplicity although they are really overlapping sections of a single movement.
Rowan, A.N. (1981). A chronology of significant events, meetings, and publications concerning the welfare of laboratory and farm animals. International Journal for the Study of Animal Problems, 2(2), 60-67.