The New Vegetarians: Promoting Health and Protecting Life

By Paul R. Amato; Sonia A. Partridge | Go to book overview

Acknowledgments

This book was made possible by the enthusiastic and generous support of the vegetarian community. First, we would like to thank our respondents for the time and effort they took to write to us, or to be interviewed, about their experiences as vegetarians. We hope this book does justice to their collective efforts. Second, we would like to thank the many groups who helped to inform vegetarians about our project. These include: The American Vegan Society; The Animals' Agenda magazine; The Animals' Crusaders; Animal Liberation, Australia; Baltimore Vegetarians; Behavioural and Political Animal Studies, New Zealand; Boston Vegetarians; East Tennessee Vegetarian Society; Gentle World Community; Govinda's Natural Foods Restaurant, San Diego; Grain Country restaurant, San Diego; House of Afrika restaurant, San Diego; Hygienic Community Network News; International Society for Animal Rights; Jyoti-Bihanga restaurant, San Diego; Kung Food Vegetarian Restaurant, San Diego; L'Chaim Vegetarian Cafe, San Diego; Lehigh Valley Vegetarians; North American Vegetarian Society; Ocean Beach People's Food CoOp, San Diego; Sacramento Vegetarian Society; The Seventh‐ Day Adventist Church, Clairemont, San Diego; San Diego Animal Advocates; Psychologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals; Toronto Vegetarian Association; Uchee Pines Institute; The Vegan Society, England; The Vegan Society of Australia; The Vegetarian Society of D.C.; Vegetarian Times magazine; The View from Raspberry Corners; and Wholistic Living News. News of our research spread quickly throughout vegetarian networks and many respondents took it upon themselves to recruit their

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