Lessons of Life and Death from Henry Spira: By Any Compromise Necessary?
Against The Current vol. 85

Hunter, Kim
http://www.solidarity-us.org/node/1686

Publisher:  Against The Current
Date Written:  01/03/2000
Year Published:  2000  
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX12860

A friend of Henry Spira once asked him why he left teaching in New York City, where he was successful and loved by the students, to go into the animal rights struggle. Spira said that humans were more able than animals to help themselves because humans have “freedom in this country” and minds to think for themselves. This statement came not from a naive liberal dilettante do-gooder, but from a man with years of radical activism to his credit, including work with the Longshoremen and the Socialist Workers Party.

Subject Headings

Insert T_CxShareButtonsHorizontal.html here