Symposium, Agricultural Animals and Animal Law, 106 MICHIGAN L. REV FIRST IMPRESSIONS 117-151 2008

Perry & Brandt, A Case Study on Cruelty to Farm Animals: Lessons Learned from the Hallmark Meat Packing Case, 117-122; Vining, Animal Cruelty Laws and Factory Farming, 123-127; Geiman, “It’s the Right Thing to Do”: Why the Animal Agriculture Industry Should Not Oppose Science- Based Regulations Protecting the Welfare of Animals Raised for Food, 128-132; Wise, An Argument for the Basic Legal Rights of Farmed Animals, 133-137; Hamilton, One Bad Day: Thoughts on the Difference Between Animal Rights and Animal Welfare, 138-142; Rollin, Animal Ethics and the Law, 143-146; Comment, The Environmental Effects of Cruelty to Agricultural Animals, 147-151

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