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Publication Date

Summer 1997


  • Encoding respect for animals as individuals: the Earth Charter is a landmark initiative (John A. Hoyt)
  • Spotlight
  • In Memoriam: Dick Randall
  • Floods devastate the Red River Valley
  • HSUS launches "First Strike" : campaign helps communities confront violence (Randall Lockwood, Ph.D.)
  • Networking is Expo buzzword: new features join "oldies but goodies" : Julie Miller Dowling)
  • Convicted with trial: federal agency targets seals, sea lions (Naomi A. Rose, Ph.D.)
  • The cloning controversy: after Dolly, are animal factories next? (Michael W. Fox)
  • The HSUS position [cloning]
  • Protecting the Pacific (Jan A. Hartke)
  • A new voice on the world stage
  • Spreading jelly jam (Judi Friedman)
  • The Humane Society of the United States 1996 Annual Report
  • Wild neighbors: deer
  • An ethical framework for a humane society (Richard M. Clugston, Ph.D.)
  • Would I bite? Judging a dog's propensity for dangerous aggression strictly by his breed alone is simplistic--and unfair (Leslie Sinclair, D.V.M.)
  • When breed should be ignored
  • HSI Costa Rica: dedicated to wildlife
  • HSI Kenya: historic symposium (John W. Grandy, Ph.D.)