The first assembled timeline of the Animal Liberation Front's 30 year history -
from broken windows to lab raids. The Animal Liberation Front is a clandestine
movement of activists who step in to illegally rescue animals in the dead of
night when legal campaigns have failed. Organized by year, "Animal Liberation
Front: Complete Diary of Actions, The First 30 Years" chronicles every reported
U.S. A.L.F. action since 1979 (and a single liberation from 1977).
This is a complete document of every known extra-legal action carried out since
the dawn of the U.S. animal liberation movement. The book covers not only the
actions of the A.L.F., but all groups working outside the law to save animals
ranging from The Justice Department to the Paint Panthers. The book includes:
*Complete list of reported actions, broken down by year.
*Unclaimed actions reported in the media.
*The first comprehensive look at the history of the underground animal
liberation movement in the United States.
"A.L.F. Diary of Actions: The First 30 Years" is the first of its kind, and a
must-own for any serious animal rights movement historian.
From the Author
"True credit for this book goes to the Animal Liberation Front and other
clandestine groups who risked their freedom for animals and gave this book over
1,300 entries. Without them, there would be no A.L.F. history. And without them,
hundreds of thousands of animals would not have been saved." - Peter Young,
editor (added by author)
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Paperback: 74 pages
Publisher: Warcry Communications (January 13, 2010)
Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 8.1 x 0.3 inches