Animal liberation movement

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The animal liberation movement or animal rights movement (sometimes called the animal personhood movement and animal advocacy movement), is the movement of activists, academics, lawyers, campaigns, and organized groups who oppose the use of non-human animals in research, as food, as clothing, or as entertainment.

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  • "A Critique of the Kantian Theory of Indirect Moral Duties to Animals" by Jeff Sebo,, undated, retrieved September 4, 2005
  • "Burning Rage" by Ed Bradley, CBS 60 Minutes, November 5, 2005
  • "FBI, ATF address domestic terrorism", by Terry Frieden, CNN, May 19, 2005
  • Animal Liberation Through Trade Unions?
  • Allegations of sexism within the animal liberation movement
  • Brute Ethics: animal ethics encyclopedia
  • Lawrence Finsen and Susan Finsen, The Animal Rights Movement in America: From Compassion to Respect (New York: Twayne Publishers, 1994). ISBN 0-8057-3884-3
  • Gary L. Francione, Rain without Thunder: The Ideology of the Animal Rights Movement (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1996). ISBN 1-56639-461-9
  • Harold D. Guither, Animal Rights: History and Scope of a Radical Social Movement (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1998). ISBN 0-8093-2199-8
  • James M. Jasper and Dorothy Nelkin, The Animal Rights Crusade: The Growth of a Moral Protest (New York: The Free Press, 1992). ISBN 0-02-916195-9
  • Peter Singer, Ethics into Action: Henry Spira and the Animal Rights Movement (Lanham, MD: Bowman & Littlefield, 1998). ISBN 0-8476-9073-3