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.

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Book Chapters

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Farm Disease Crises in the United Kingdom: Lessons to Be Learned, Michael C. Appleby

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The EU Ban on Battery Cages: History and Prospects, Michael C. Appleby

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The No-Kill Controversy: Manifest and Latent Sources of Tension, Arnold Arluke

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Companion Animal Demographics in the United States: A Historical Perspective, Elizabeth A. Clancy and Andrew N. Rowan

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The State of Wild Animals in the Minds and Households of a Neotropical Society: The Costa Rican Case Study, Carlos Drews

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The Science and Sociology of Hunting: Shifting Practices and Perceptions in the United States and Great Britain, John W. Grandy, Elizabeth Stallman, and David W. Macdonald

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Horse Welfare Since 1950, Katherine A. Houpt and Natalie Waran

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A Strategic Review of International Animal Protection, Paul G. Irwin

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Wild Horses and Burros in the United States, Allen T. Rutberg

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The State of Meat Production in Developing Countries: 2002, Neil Trent, Peter Ormel, Jose Luis Garcia de Siles, Gunter Heinz, and Morgane James

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Humane Education Past, Present, and Future, Bernard Unti and Bill DeRosa

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Religion and Animals: A Changing Scene, Paul Waldau

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The Evolution of Animal Law since 1950, Steven M. Wise