In September 1939, the first days of World War II, Londoners slaughtered 400,000 of their own pets. A <strong>curious moral logic</strong> was at work

In September 1939, the first days of World War II, Londoners slaughtered 400,000 of their own pets. A curious moral logic was at
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In September 1939, the first days of World War II, Londoners slaughtered 400,000 of their own pets. A curious moral logic was at work

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