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Download Chapter 1 - Every Field of Humane Work--EVERYWHERE (1.6 MB)
Download Chapter 2 - There's Something Terribly Wrong: Farm Animals and Sustainable Agriculture (1.2 MB)
Download Chapter 3 - To Find Other and Better Ways: Animal Research Issues (775 KB)
Download Chapter 4 - The Best Care Possible: Companion Animals (1.2 MB)
Download Chapter 5 - The Great Chain of Life: Wildlife and Marine Animals (1.2 MB)
Download Chapter 6 - The Broad Work of Humane Education (998 KB)
Download Chapter 7 - The HSUS in Action: Field Services, Investigations, Regional Work, Disaster Relief, and International Assistance (1.6 MB)
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In 1954, when The Humane Society of the United States was founded by a small handful of dedicated visionaries, the modern concept of "animal welfare" barely existed. Fifty years later, The HSUS is the nation's largest animal protection organization, with a constituency of more than 8 million people, and a leader in the parallel rise of the modern animal welfare movement. Protecting All Animals: A Fifty-Year History of The Humane Society of the United States is more than a chronicle of one organization; it is the saga of the journey toward a truly humane society.
Humane Society Press
Animal Studies | Social History | United States History
Unti, Bernard, "Protecting All Animals: A Fifty-Year History of The Humane Society of the United States" (2004). eBooks. 4.