Animal Rights: History and Scope of a Radical Social Movement

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Appendix 1
Who's Who in Animal Rights and Animal Welfare in the United States

Individuals listed here are or have been active in national or regional efforts. Many dedicated people working in state or local efforts could not be listed for lack of space. Since people actively involved in animal protection may change employment or leave the movement, the information presented here is believed to be accurate at the time of publication.

Adams Carol. Author, The Sexual Politics of Meat: A Feminist Vegetarian Critical Theory.
Albright, Jack L. Professor of animal sciences and animal management and behavior, Purdue University, School of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine; member of Indiana's Commission of Farm Animal Care.
Altiere, Susan. President, International Society for Animal Rights, after removal of longtime president Helen Jones in 1996; former secretary-treasurer.
Amory, Cleveland. Author; president and founder, Fund for Animals; former president, New England Anti-Vivisection Society; adviser, Farm Animal Reform Movement; vice president, Beauty Without Cruelty; steering committee member, Coalition to Abolish the LD-50 and Draize Tests; advisory board member, Concern for Helping Animals in Israel; advisory committee member, Food Animal Concerns Trust; former board member and cofounder, Humane Society of the United States.
Anthony, Donald H. President, American Humane Association; general manager, Humane Society of Missouri.
Armstrong, Martha. Vice president, companion animals, Humane Society of the United States; former director, humane education, Massachusetts SPCA.
Bahouth, Peter. Executive director, Greenpeace USA.
Barber, Albert A. Past chairman of the board, National Association for Biomedical Research.
Barker, Bob. Television personality and vocal animal rights activist.
Barnard, Neal. President, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine; board member, New England Anti-Vivisection Society; former advisory board member, Animal Rights Network.
Barnes, Donald J. Director of education, National Anti-Vivisection Society; former board member, Animal Rights Network.

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