Animal Rights Without Controversy
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CitationJeff Leslie & Cass R. Sunstein, Animal Rights Without Controversy, 70 Law & Contemp. Probs. 117 (2007).
AbstractMany consumers would be willing to pay something to reduce the suffering of animals used as food. Unfortunately, they do not and cannot, because existing markets do not disclose the relevant treatment of animals, even though that treatment would trouble many consumers. Steps should be taken to promote disclosure so as to fortify market processes and to promote democratic discussion of the treatment of animals.
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