Animal Liberation: The Definitive Classic of the Animal Movement - Chapter 4: Becoming a Vegetarian Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4: Becoming a Vegetarian Summary and Analysis

Or how to produce less suffering and more food at a reduced cost to the environment

Those who are compelled to make changes in man's relationship with animals can contact their elected officials, educate their friends and family and stay aware. The first step everyone can take is to make sure he responsible and considers the rights of non-humans. There is a contradiction between caring about the safety and rights of animals and continuing to eat them. But old habits are difficult to break. It is impossible to raise animals as food for large populations without causing them to suffer. Becoming a vegetarian is a practical and effective step in ending the suffering of animals. As long as people will buy meat, animal farms will continue to raise them. Animal advocates will fight for animal...

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