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July 02, 2009

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Thanks for the suggestions! It's definitely not light reading, but the illustrated book "Dead Meat" by Sue Coe is graphic and haunting. She travels the country visiting factory farms and slaughterhouses and chronicles the lives of the animals and workers there through drawings and paintings.

Excellent suggestions! My own summer reading list includes Peter Singer's _Animal Liberation_, which after years of veganism and vegan activism, I still have not read. Time to fix that!

Thanks for your post! I ordered two of these books today and am looking forward to reading them.

So glad to have found this. I'm going to look into getting a class set of PopCo for one of my high school English classes.

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