Animal Writes
5 March 2000 Issue
The Animals' Agenda

I am writing to let tell you about the Animal Rights Network Inc., which is an absolutely terrific not-for-profit organization devoted to informing and educating people about the way animals are treated. It is best known as the publisher of The Animals' Agenda, which, in my humble opinion, is the best available source for accurate, timely, and interesting information about animals and the compassionate movement to achieve rights. It is not only a great-looking, well-written magazine, but maintains high standards of journalistic integrity.

At the moment, The Animals' Agenda doesn't have enough subscribers and advertisers to cover all of its production costs, although that is a goal we are working toward. I am hoping that you will support this valuable work and introduce yourself to a great magazine by ordering a subscription. A one-year subscription (6 issues) is only $24; two years is an even better deal at $42.

The Animals' Agenda - Subscription Department

P.O. Box 3083

Langhorne, PA 19047-9294

Subscriptions: 800-426-6884, outside U.S. 215-788-5500

Email: [email protected] 


One Year - $24 Two Years - $42

(6 issues) (12 issues)

Canada & Mexico - $30 Canada & Mexico - $54

Other foreign countries - $37 Other foreign countries - $68

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If you already receive The Animals' Agenda, or prefer not to receive it yourself, would you consider sending a subscription to a library? Only about 1,000 libraries currently receive it, and we would love to get it into every public, college, high school and media library in the country. The best way to get a library interested is to start it off with a free subscription. You can either select a library such as the one at your alma mater or just send the subscription price and let the staff pick a worthy recipient.

I hope you don't mind this plea. I wouldn't be doing this for just any organization. But I really believe in the work of this The Animal Rights Network, and I know that you share my concern that animals receive better treatment than they do now. Good, reliable information in the right hands is the best way to make that happen.

Thank you for whatever you can do to help the animals.

P.S. If you know anyone who might be interested in advertising in The Animals Agenda, please have them contact Shannon Bowman at (410) 675-4566 or [email protected]

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If the library you choose already receives The Animals' Agenda, or declines the donation, your gift subscription will be sent to a nearby library.

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