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Frontline - Man's Best Friends #934382

PBS Special for Monday, Jun 18, 1984

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Animal Testing is examined in the USA. Science and ethics are called into question. Reviews the emergence of animal rights in the U.S. Edward Taub: Institute for Behavioral Research Alex Pacheco: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Dr. Michael Fox: Scientific Director Humane Society U.S. Peter Singer: Author "Animal Liberation: A New Ethics for our Treatment of Animals" Arthur Caplan: Hastings Center author of Bio-Ethics Holly Jensen: Animal Liberation Front Neal Miller: Rockefeller University Dr. David Hubel: Harvard Medical School Dr. Dennis Stark: Director Lab Animal Research Center; Rockefeller University Dr. Lester Crawford: Director Bureau of Veterinary Medicine; U.S. Food and Drug Admin. Donald J. Barnes: Radiation experimentation on animals, Director of National Vivisection Society D.C. Office Dr. A.K. Ommaya: George Washington University John E. McArdle: Director Lab Animal Welfare Humane Society U.S. Dr. R.L. Rissler: Assistant Director Veterinary Services U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Reporter(s):
Woodruff, Judy.
Duration:
00:56:50

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