How animal "rights" activists recruit you unawares (was

Michael Holloway mhollowa at ic.sunysb.edu
Fri Jul 23 15:19:28 EST 1993


In article <CALMnA.JCp at dartvax.dartmouth.edu> James.F.X.Wellehan at dartmouth.edu (Jim Wellehan) writes:
>
>People haven't even treated people humanely for millenia.  While I
>don't have any problems with legitimate animal research, situations
>such as dog tracks and veal farms merit attention. 

Which has little or nothing to do with the use of animals in biomedical 
research.  A common tactic of the animal "rights" activist is to confuse the
difference between legitimate research and things like cosmetic testing and
dog tracks.



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