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Protection for the Powerless: Political Economy History Lessons for the Animal Welfare Movement
(Stanford Journal of Animal Law and Policy, 2011-01)
In the last several decades, animal agriculture has experienced a dramatic shift in production methods, from family farms to concentrated industrial operations, with societal consequences comparable to the Industrial ...
A Study of American Zoning Board Composition and Public Attitudes Toward Zoning Issues
(American Bar Association, 2008)
The authors surveyed zoning boards in the over 100 of the largest U.S. cities to determine the occupational composition of board members. It comes as no surprise that the boards are overwhelming populated with white-collar ...