Generation V

Krizmanic, Judy
September 1994
Vegetarian Times;Sep94, Issue 205, p62
Features the attitudes and philosophy of vegetarian teenagers. Rise in teen vegetarianism; Concern on the cruelty to farm animals; Vegetarianism as part of teen activism; Effect of meat production on the environment; Protest over a food system that allocates so much grain to animals in the midst of poverty and hunger; Teenagers' level of awareness of ethical issues. INSET: What's health got to do with it?..


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