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October 18, 1985 - Image 16

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The Michigan Daily, 1985-10-18
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0 UR SPECIES has a intrinsic
desire for domination. Slavery
has permeated societies for
thousands of years; exploitation is
accepted and rewarded in the
business world. Our treatment of
animals in modern society mirrors
these social hierarchies. We view
animals not as a fellow species
within the animal kingdom, but as
objects created solely to serve us.
We use them for protection, enter-
tainment, sportsmanship, and of
course, food products. Animals exist
for many purposes, except for their
own existence.
Photo Essay by
Dan Habib

6 Weekend/ Friday, October 18, 1985

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