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Animal Rights, Human Rights: Ecology, Economy and Ideology in the Canadian Arctic

By: George Wenzel

Belhaven Press

Hardback | Dec 1990 | #5293 | ISBN: 1852930306
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This controversial book is both a careful academic study of the Greenpeace campaign to ban the annual seal-cull by the Inuit Community (Eskimos) of Arctic Canada, and a disturbing comment on how environmental activity can oppress a whole society. It raises serious questions about the motives and methods of the animal rights movement in a much wider context than the case-study.


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