Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1982

Abstract

TABLE OF CONTENTS – VOL. 3(2), 1982

LETTERS

EDITORIALS

  • Is There Really a Market for Milk-Fed Veal? – D.H. Murphy
  • Animal Rights and “Religious Politics” – M.W. Fox
  • How to Compose a Laboratory Animal Use Report for the USDA – J. M. Cass

NEWS AND ANALYSIS

  • “Surplus Population” and the Hunter
  • Animal Rights and Poultry: A Framework for Discussion
  • The French Stand Firm on Right to Hunt
  • Good Marks for Calves
  • Captive Bolt Shooting
  • Jewish Ritual Slaughter May Ignore Animals’ Welfare
  • Tissue Culture Course Funded
  • Follow-Up: Pulmonary Hemorrhage in Racehorses
  • Sheep Become Latest Victims of Intensive Farming Conditions
  • Wild and Exotic Pets: Better Off in the Wild
  • The Draize Campaign—A Summary
  • Friendliness and Pigs
  • New Electric Stunning Methods
  • Coyote Control Action Attempted by Interior & EPA
  • A Look at the LD50, 55 Years Later
  • Placenta: A Practical Medium for Microsurgical Training
  • And a Quarter in the Dryer

FOCUS

  • Veal Re-Vealed: The Veal Industry – P.C. Lovenheim
  • Veal Re-Vealed: The Controversy and New Developments – D.H. Murphy

COMMENTS

  • Genetic Adaptation in Relation to Animal Welfare – R.G. Beilharz
  • Updating the British Cruelty to Animals Act of 1876: Can the Center Hold? – J. Hampson

ORIGINAL AND REVIEW ARTICLES

  • Unnecessary Suffering: Definition and Evidence – F. Hurnik and H. Lehman
  • Striving for Common Ground: Humane and Scientific Considerations in Contemporary Wildlife Management – S.R. Kellert
  • Bureaucracy and Wildlife: A Historical Overview – E.E. Langenau

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