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The chapter seeks to correct an apparently widespread misimpression that animals are afforded greater protections against solitary confinement than human prisoners in the United States, and to encourage greater collaboration among animal and prison reform advocates. The United States’ dubious distinction of being a world leader in solitary confinement of both human prisoners and nonhuman animals offers an opportunity for discourse and collaboration for those fighting such conditions in different settings. With the goal of laying groundwork to facilitate such discourse and collaboration, this chapter details and analyzes the current scope of legal protections for social animals against solitary confinement in the United States.
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