No Animals Were Harmed: The Controversial Line between Entertainment and Abuseby Peter Laufer
Exploring the ways we have used animals for sport and entertainment. The controversial line between entertainment and abuseSee more details below
Exploring the ways we have used animals for sport and entertainment. The controversial line between entertainment and abuse
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Peter Laufer, PhD, is the award-winning author of more than a dozen books, including the widely praised The Dangerous World of Butterflies, Forbidden Creatures, and Neon Nevada (all Lyons Press), as well as Wetback Nation: The Case for Opening the Mexican-American Border. He is the James Wallace Chair in Journalism at the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication. Visit him at peterlaufer.com.
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"Where is the line that separates animal use from abuse? The more I read, the more I observed, the more animals—human and nonhuman—I met, the more it seemed to me that a possum was pointing me toward my conclusion. 'We have met the enemy,' Pogo taught us, 'and he is us.' Even the one thing I wanted to promise the reader as I embarked on this project—that no animals were harmed by me during the writing of this book—proved an impossible task."—From the Prologue
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