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In this all new volume in the State of the Animals series, internationally known scholars and distinguished experts examine the challenges facing farm animals, shelter animals, and wildlife worldwide from religious, legal, educational, and strategic perspectives.
Public Policy Series
Humane Society Press
Salem, D. J., Rowan, A. N., & Humane Society of the United States. (2003). The state of the animals II, 2003. Washington, D.C: Humane Society Press.