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Argument: Animals are like vulnerable minorities that are voiceless to end abuses

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[http://www.helium.com/items/343668-cause-feelingskurt-cobaina-primary Randy Fairchild. "The Case Against Animal Testing". Helium] - "The real difference - the difference that makes a difference - in the instance of animals is that they cannot vote and protect themselves with laws and constitutional rights. Thus, there are no such laws prohibiting experimentation upon them. [http://www.helium.com/items/343668-cause-feelingskurt-cobaina-primary Randy Fairchild. "The Case Against Animal Testing". Helium] - "The real difference - the difference that makes a difference - in the instance of animals is that they cannot vote and protect themselves with laws and constitutional rights. Thus, there are no such laws prohibiting experimentation upon them.
Modern ethics holds that we should strive to protect the disadvantaged, especially when they are different, in an effort to battle natural temptations toward exploitation. Thus, we would enrich the world, respecting diversity." Modern ethics holds that we should strive to protect the disadvantaged, especially when they are different, in an effort to battle natural temptations toward exploitation. Thus, we would enrich the world, respecting diversity."

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Randy Fairchild. "The Case Against Animal Testing". Helium - "The real difference - the difference that makes a difference - in the instance of animals is that they cannot vote and protect themselves with laws and constitutional rights. Thus, there are no such laws prohibiting experimentation upon them. Modern ethics holds that we should strive to protect the disadvantaged, especially when they are different, in an effort to battle natural temptations toward exploitation. Thus, we would enrich the world, respecting diversity."

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