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The Animal Rights Debate - Rights And Society, History Of The Animal Rights Debate, Philosophical Arguments, Practical Implications, Public Opinion

According to Webster's dictionary, a right is "a power or privilege to which one is justly entitled." Sociologists James Jasper and Dorothy Nelkin define a right as "a moral trump card that cannot be disputed." The phrase "human rights" came into usage during the late 1700s to refer to generally recognized privileges (or freedoms) that every person should enjoy.

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