Hunting has been a part of America’s history from its earliest beginnings and once provided a necessary source of food. Now, no longer needed for subsistence, hunting has evolved as a popular pastime. Opponents of sports hunting, who condemn the unnecessary killing of wildlife, have become increasingly outspoken, causing the hunters to organize powerful lobbying groups.
Hunting—moral and ethical aspects
Hunting—moral and religious aspects
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