Many of the readings from the week on the history of the animal protection movement compared the animal rights and protection efforts to the Civil Rights Movement in both the tactics used and in their public policy approaches. Compare and contrast the Civil Rights Movement to the animal movement in terms of strategy, public perception, and legislation. Discuss the advantages and weaknesses (whether in terms of public perception, your own personal views, or otherwise) of such comparisons.
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I have provided 4 sources you may use. You will find 3 attached sources; the last source, Animals and Society Demello isnt so clear as far as citation goes so to clarify it is: Pg. 402 – 411, Animals and Society, Margo DeMello. The 4th source is the following speech on YouTube by Norman Phelps:
You may use additional sources as needed but please remember to stay on topic.
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