Pro-life and animal rights activists may have reasons of principle to oppose all uses of violence to advance their respective causes, but it is not immediately clear why, if abortion is murder and animal exploitation is slavery and murder, violent opposition cannot be justified. Nevertheless, violence will generally be counterproductive and given the arbitrariness of its choice of targets, cannot even be justified as a theoretical matter for either movement.
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