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Novelist Drums Up Support For End To Animal Destruction

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The title The Invisible Reich and the swastika on the cover might give you the wrong idea about Kenneth Pazder's book.  It is fiction, and it is not about Nazis now or in the past. 

The focus of the novel is actually the treatment of animals by humans... the author says 30,000,000 animals are killed every day, in North America alone.  Kenneth Pazder visits to talk about his concern for animals and his efforts to share the concern.  
 

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