Animal Rights: History and Scope of a Radical Social Movement

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Acronyms
The following acronyms are used for organizations and agencies mentioned throughout this book:
AAALACAmerican Association for Accredi- AWIAnimal Welfare Institute
tation of Laboratory Animal Care BUAVBritish Union for the Abolition
AALASAmerican Association ofof Vivisection
Laboratory Animal Science CDFGCalifornia Department of Fish
AAMCAssociation of American Medicaland Game
Colleges CEASECoalition to End Animal Suffering
AAVSAmerican Anti-Vivisection Societyand Exploitation
ABRAssociation for Biomedical CITESConvention on International
ResearchTrade in Endangered Species
AFAARAmerican Fund for Alternatives CSCCongressional Sportsmen's Caucus
to Animal Research DDALDoris Day Animal League
AFBFAmerican Fann Bureau Federation DIIAARDisabled and Incurably Ill for
AHAAmerican Humane AssociationAlternatives to Animal Research
AIFAnimal Industry Foundation DNR( Minnesota) Department of
ALDFAnimal Legal Defense FundNatural Resources
ALFAnimal Liberation Front ECEuropean Economic Community
ALRMAnimal Liberation/Rights EUEuropean Union
Movement FACTFood Animal Concerns Trust
AMAAmerican Medical Association FARFeminists for Animal Rights
APAAmerican Psychological FARMFarm Animal Reform Movement
Association FAWCFarm Animal Welfare Coalition
APIAnimal Protection Institute( US)
ARIAnimal Rights InternationalFarm Animal Welfare Council
ARM!Animal Rights Mobilization!( UK)
ASPCAAmerican Society for the FBIFederal Bureau of Investigation
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals FBRFoundation for Biomedical
AVARAssociation of Veterinarians forResearch
Animal Rights FDAFood and Drug Administration
AVMAAmerican Veterinary Medical FFAFund for Animals
Association FOAFriends of Animals

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