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New York and London:: Macmillan. 1894. hardcover. 2. 8vo. x, 176, , [ads 4] pp. Blind- and gilt-stamped dark blue cloth; rubbed. Very good. RARE. . This is a famous pioneering work on animal rights (first issued, 1892), by Henry S. Salt, humanitarian who influenced Gandhi. Gandhi was befriended by Salt when Gandhi first arrived in England. Salt also wrote A plea for vegetarianism. Dust jacket present.
Title: Animals’ rights considered in relation to social progress with a bibliographical appendix. Also an essay on vivisection in America by Albert Leffingwell
Categories: Animal Rights,
Publisher: New York and London:, Macmillan: 1894
Book Condition: 2
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: M8260