His last 3 years in Dachau he obtained a clerical job in the concentration camp storeroom.This position allowed him to keep a secret diary on stolen scraps of papers and pieces of pencil.Our Word of the Year choice serves as a symbol of each year’s most meaningful events and lookup trends.
His last 3 years in Dachau he obtained a clerical job in the concentration camp storeroom.This position allowed him to keep a secret diary on stolen scraps of papers and pieces of pencil.
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The following are the excerpts from this essay that were reprinted in the postscript of the book "Radical Vegetarianism" by Mark Mathew Braunstein (1981 Panjandrum Books, Los Angeles, CA).
The book is subtitled "A Dialectic of Diet and Ethic" and is recommended to all vegetarians especially those interested in natural hygiene.
13)PLANTS AND VEGETABLES 14)RELIGION 15)SPECIES UNITY 16)SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST 17)TRAPPING 18)WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT 19)ZOOS * HELPFUL TERMINOLOGY LINKS 1: ANIMAL RIGHTS 1) Question/attack: "If we give respect or rights to animals we will diminish our own rights and respect for humans." Response: a) Sumer, one of the earliest and most powerful of the ancient Mesopotamian city-states, managed its slaves the same way it managed its livestock.
The Sumerians castrated the males and put them to work like domesticated animals, and they put the females in work and breeding camps.
It is recommended, however, to check multiple sections to find a particular variety of argument.
For example, many of the same arguments used for Hunting can also be used for Fishing or for the Wildlife Management sections after a little rewording.
It is intended for those seeking answers to the standard, tired attacks and questions one encounters, and also the more obscure, ludicrous attempts.
If you want to win animal rights arguments, you will find your ammo here. (Last Update: September 12 2005) Section 11, Q 7, Response b) Added a response showing why factory farm animals would not pose a population problem if meat eating industries were abolished.