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Animal Ethics

Kristina Cahill Long Beach, Calif., Dave Warner Director of Communications National Pork Producers Council Washington, March 28, 2007 To the Editor: Regardless of how “humanely” an animal is raised, it still has to be slaughtered to be eaten. To the Editor: Re “ Mr. Puck’s Good Idea ” (editorial, March 26): Thank you for writing about the restaurateur Wolfgang Puck and his desire to buy meat raised humanely. This issue is an important one and needs to be talked about.

From Today's New York Times

Animal Ethics

22, 2009 The writer is professor emeritus at the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at California State University, Long Beach. If we are not justified in eating mackerel ourselves, are we not also morally obligated to stop the slaughter brought on by the tuna?