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Winter 1987


  • Achieving strength through unity (John A. Hoyt)
  • Dogged and determined
  • For the photogenic only
  • While supplies last
  • There ought to be a law
  • Twelve winners
  • Washington State's suicide rate: sixty seconds of brutality, injury, and danger
  • The responsibilities of cat-keeping (Dr. Michael W. Fox)
  • The HSUS Annual Conference: Kinship With All Creatures
  • How you can make a difference (Paul Tsongas)
  • Training man's best friend: a consumer's guide (Curtis B. Hane)
  • "Living With Animals" celebrates its first anniversary
  • New Jersey trap-ban trial ends in victory
  • Profile of a pigeon shoot: Labor Day leads to death of thousands of pigeons in Hegins, Pennsylvania's shooting gallery (Guy R. Hodge)
  • Circle of life (Edward S. Duvin)
  • Good-bye, ninety-nine
  • $16 million mandate
  • Revamped and realistic
  • International activities close Institute's year
  • NAAHE hits the road for education
  • Hang up the harness!
  • Two weeks of control
  • Continuing education
  • Uphill in Hillsborough
  • Starting over
  • Turning the clock back?
  • Weighty issues
  • Bird-trade regs wanted
  • Ferret ban proposed
  • Betting bad news
  • Fire in the forest
  • Another pound protected
  • Fund-raiser fizzles
  • Judge rules for trappers
  • Iowa listens
  • On the agenda
  • Minnesota groups organize
  • Animal dealer charged
  • Getting it together
  • Trap ban in Suffolk?
  • Stakes raised in dog death
  • First steps toward more protection of turtles
  • Hunter-harassment Act target of suit
  • Pit bull ordinance upheld