Peter Singer

Princeton University

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In 1975, Peter Singer made a global impact with his book,  Animal Liberation .

An Argument against Arts and Culture Charities

In 1975, Peter Singer made a global impact with his book, Animal Liberation .

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In 1975, Peter Singer made a global impact with his book,  Animal Liberation .

An Argument against Arts and Culture Charities

In 1975, Peter Singer made a global impact with his book, Animal Liberation .

from To the Point

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