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Morally Indefensible

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Peter Singer, who you featured in your January 2021 Dog-Eared Page [“Morally Indefensible”], opened my eyes to the plight of animals with his 1975 book, Animal Liberation.

I knew Singer when he lived in New York City and worked with Henry Spira, the extraordinary animal-liberation activist. (Singer later wrote a book about him, Ethics into Action: Henry Spira and the Animal Rights Movement.) Singer is proof that we can choose to live ethically and with conscience.

Susan Kalev New York, New York
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