Michael Pollan An Animal's Place

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Pollan Summary Michael Pollan discusses the differing conflicts among animal rights in “An Animal’s Place”, and gives his ideas on the subject. To begin, Pollan explains that he feels the problem is not eating the animals but instead the way the animals are treated until they are killed. Pollan explains, “Ok, the suffering of animals is a legitimate problem…” (Pollan 365). Pollan’s statement shows that he recognizes that the way animals are treated is an issue. Another way Pollan feels is necessary is to show the horrors that go on inside of a slaughterhouse so people will be more supportive of small, animal friendly farms. Massive factory farms, that’s only concern is to mass produce meat to make money, treat their animals horribly in