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A Vegan History: 1944-2010 A Must For Vegans And Animal Advocates Alike, Erik Marcus Has Written The First History Of Veganism This Narrative Begins With The Term S Coining In , And Moves On To Chart The Rise Of Factory Farming And The Fast Food Industry With The Emergence Of S Counterculture, Vegetarianism And Then Later Veganism Came Out Of The Fringes To Gain Mainstream Acceptance And As The Modern Animal Rights Movement Grew Into Maturity Between And , The Dismantlement Of Factory Farming Has Become InevitableLike No Book Before, A Vegan History Puts The Modern Vegetarian Movement And Its Push To Topple Industrialized Animal Agribusiness Into Context


10 thoughts on “A Vegan History: 1944-2010

  1. says:

    So, I m desperately hoping that this author and or other authors I d love a few books take this material, greatly expand on it, and write a comprehensive book or books about the history of veganism I bought this ebook, which was advertised correctly as a mini book, and I even learned a few things, although I alr


  2. says:

    There is no doubt that interest in veganism has exploded in the new millennium At the same time, perhaps no other movement is so unaware of its own history Vegan blogger and author Marcus attempts to rectify this with his concise e book Veganism has a much longer pedigree than many could imagine The first vegan advocacy b


  3. says:

    I liked this author s tweets when he used to tweet for Vegan.com He was brave enough to encourage a friendly and pragmatic approach to veganism, which will make certain segments of the online vegan community treat you like a bigger threat to animals than the slaughter industry I think I downloaded this book years ago but only just


  4. says:

    An interesting, easy read, but if Erik s going to use the word history he should have titled the bookaccurately A history of the mainstream animal movement 1944 2010 The book totally omits any mention of Tom Regan or Gary Francione who present the major alternative to the outlook Erik presents here.This is likely due to his animosity to Gary


  5. says:

    2.5 stars A very short history of veganism s bigger advocates over the past 50 or so years Of all the dozens of men the author mentions, there are only two or three women he highlights, which I find hard to believe considering how female veganism is considered to be No love for many of the amazing cookbook writers who have been bringing veganism mains


  6. says:

    Erik Marcus presents a well written, factual, engaging history of the modern vegan movement An excellent reference resource for any animal advocate, and a must read for anyone interested in the motivations guiding those of us who have chosen a vegan lifestyle.


  7. says:

    Well written, informative mini ebook My only complaint would be that it s too focused on recent history, which I was already fairly knowledgeable about.


  8. says:

    Found this book to be very informative on history of veganism, and the founding people of the vegan movement


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