Animal Liberation: The Definitive Classic of the Animal Movement - Chapter 1: All Animals Are Equal Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 1: All Animals Are Equal Summary and Analysis

When it comes to basic "rights," there are natural differences. The rightful case had been made that women knew enough to make a decision about the future and therefore should have the right to vote. Animals, of course, could not make decisions about the future and therefore had no right to vote. There are differences in the rights of women compared to men. A woman may campaign about a right to have an abortion, a right that does not apply to men. The basic premise of equality does not mean that the treatment of two groups should be the same; rather, it means that consideration should be given to each group on how an issue impacts it. A society concerned with equality for women, blacks, and other minorities would be remiss if it...

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