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Summer 1998


  • Informed consumers, industry backlash: powerful businesses resist growing public criticism (Paul G. Irwin)
  • Spotlight
  • Fur-free holiday
  • Expo-nential success: attendees learn, network, and "kick back" (Scott Kirkwood)
  • End pain, distress by 2020! A new campaign has an ambitious goal (Martin L. Stephens, Ph.D.)
  • Hope for wild horses? Problems with BLM program run deep
  • Africa's bushmeat trade: development fuels demand for food (Crystal Dawn Miller)
  • LightHawk charts the way: manatees, turtles benefit from flights
  • The Honored Twenty-Eight: recognizing environmental achievement
  • The Humane Society of the United States 1997 Annual Report
  • Out of harm's way (Richard Farinato and Nancy Perry)
  • Electronic aid: the quality of electronic training products has improved significantly in recent years, and many dog owner have found they can use the products as effective, humane means to alter their dogs' undesirable behavior (Leslie Sinclair, D.V.M.)
  • Court T.V. : in a nationally publicized case, a Texas jury finds The HSUS's Howard Lyman and popular television host Oprah Winfrey not guilty of libeling a group of cattlemen who had filed suit against the two under the state's controversial food-disparagement law (Gary L. Valen)