[eDebate] What does agricultural subsidies have to do with animals

Andy Ellis andy.edebate
Sun May 11 18:24:23 CDT 2008

I don't care so much about ag subsidies with animals i have the perfect
strategy for that case, but here is something interesting with
animals...watch till the end


2008/5/8 James K. Stanescu <thescu at gmail.com>:

> Jason Russell wrote: "P.S. What the hell does critical animal studies have
> to do with decreasing
> ag subsidies? Maybe Im missing something. The topic area is, as far as I
> can
> tell, not "Resolved: Ag...should we have it?"."
> The topic paper outlines the possibility of abolishing subsidies for
> Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations, which are basically what we call
> factory farms. This seems like a rather mainstream topical way to access
> critical animal studies literature. There are also other ways to access it,
> but CAFOs are just the most obvious.
> -Scu
> --
> James K. Stanescu
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> Binghamton University
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> "As long as there are slaughterhouses, there will also be battlefields."
> -Tolstoy
> "As long as there are slaughterhouses, there will also be battlefields."
> -Tolstoy
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