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Deborah Blum, The Monkey Wars, Reissue ed., Oxford University Press, 1996

Bryant, Taimie L., Huss, Deborah J., Cassuto David N., (eds), Animal Law and the Courts: A Reader, Thomson, 2008

Simon Brooman & Debbie Legge, Law Relating to Animals, London, Cavendish, 1997

Marc Bekoff &Carron A. Meaney with foreword by Jane Goodall, Encyclopedia of Animal Rights and Animal Welfare, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998

Prof. David Favre, Animals: Welfare, Interests & Rights, Aspen Publishers, 2008

Gary L. Francione, Animals, Property, and the Law, Temple University Press, 1995

Gary L. Francione, Rain Without Thunder: The Ideology of the Animal Rights Movement, Temple University Press, 1996

Gary L. Francione, Introduction to Animal Rights: Your Child or the Dog?, Temple University Press, 2000

Pamela D Frasch, Sonia S. Waisman & Bruce A. Wagman, Animal Law Casebook (3) Durham North Carolina, Carolina Academic Press, 2006

Maneka Gandi, Ozair Husain & Raj Panjwani, Animal Laws of India, Delhi, Universal Publishing Company, 1996

Harold D. Gunther, Animal Rights, History and Scope of a Radical Social Movement, Southern Illinois University Press, 1998

Margaret C Jasper, Animal Rights Law, Dobbs Ferry New York, Oceana Publications, 1997

Emily Stewart Leavitt, Animals and Their Legal Rights: A Survey of American Laws from 1641 to 1989, 4th ed. Washington, DC, Animal Welfare Institute, 1990

William Lesser (ed.), Animal Patents: The Legal, Economic and Social Issues, New York, Stockton Press,1989

Jeffrey Masson and Susan McCarthy, When Elephants Weep, Vintage, 1996

Daniel Moretti, Animal Rights and the Law, New York, Oceana Press,1984

L. Pardue, Brave New Policy: The Patenting of Nonhuman Animals, Westport, CT: Animal Rights Network, 1987

Bernard E Rollin, The Legal and Moral Basis of Animal Rights, Clifton New Jersey, Humana Press, 1983

Helena Silverstein, Unleashing Rights: Law, Meaning, and the Animal Rights Movement, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press,1996

Matthew Scully, Dominion, 1st ed., St. Martin’s Press, 2002

Peter Singer (ed.), In Defense of Animals, New York, Blackwell Publishers, 1985

Peter Singer, Animal Liberation, 2nd ed., Thorsons, 1991

Peter Singer, Ethics Into Action: Henry Spira and the Animal Rights Movement, Rowman and Littlefield Publishers Inc,1998

Peter Singer, Practical Ethics, 2nd ed., Cambridge University Press 1993

Peter Singer and Jim Mason, The Ethics of What We Eat, test Publishing, 2006

Cass R. Sunstein, Martha Craven Nussbaum et al, Animal Rights: Current Debates and New Directions, Oxford University Press, 2004

Noel Sweeney, Animal and Cruelty and Law, Bristol, Alibi , 1990

John Vidal, McLibel: Burger Culture on Trial, 2nd ed., Macmillan, 1997

Steven M. Wise, Drawing the Line: Science and the Case for Animal Rights, A Merloyd Lawrence Book/Perseus Books, 2002

Steven M. Wise, Rattling the Cage: Towards Legal Rights for Animals, A. Merloyd Lawrence Books/Perseus Books, 2000

David J. Wolfson, Beyond the Law: Agribusiness and the Systemic Abuse of Animals Raised for Food or Food Production, New York, Archimedian Press, 1999

Gandhi, Maneka, Husain, Ozair & Panjwani, Raj, Animal Laws of India, Universal Law Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd, 3rd editio Gandhi, Maneka, Husain, Ozair& Panjwani, Raj, Animal Laws of India, Universal Law Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd, 3rd edition, 2006

Gene Baur, Farm Sanctuary: Changing hearts and Minds about Animals and Food, Simon & Schuster, 2008

Melanie Joy, Startegic Action for Animals: A Handbook on Startegic Movement Building Organizing and Activism for Animal Liberation, Lantern Books, 2008

David Fraser, Understanding Animal Welfare, Blackwell Publishing, 2007

Peter Sankoff and Steven White (ed), Animal Law in Australasia, The Federation Press

Dr Frank Ascione, Children and Animals, Exploring the Roots of Kindness and Cruelty, Purdue University Press 2005

Terry and Thorburn Spamer, Animal Spy: Animal Welfare Behind Enemy Lines, Vision Paperbacks, 2008

Kevin Dolan, Laboratory Animal Law, Blackwell Publishers, 2007

Keith Mann, From Dusk Till Dawn, Puppy Pincher Press, 2007. Life as an activist.

Charles Patterson, Eternal Treblinka, Lantern Books, 2007. Origins of human supremacy.

Mike Radford, Animal Welfare Law, Oxford University Press, 2001


The use of commercial trawling nets is an extremely cruel means of fishing and an environmental disaster due to the impact on the ocean floor.

Though rarely acknowledged, fish suffer. Their writhing bodies and flapping gills are a desperate plea for the oxygen they breathe from water (rather than air).

Governments now understand the massive damage done to marine ecology, but there must be equal consideration for fish suffering.


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