No Compromise (magazine)
No Compromise was a San Francisco, California, USA-based bi-annual animal rights magazine, first published in the winter of 1989. The magazine covered global aspects of animal rights and promoted a vegan lifestyle, which included the use of cruelty-free products.
The magazine was founded by Freeman Wicklund and stopped publishing in 2005 with the 29th issue. It now is a website for news links about grassroots direct action, militant animal liberationists, their supporters and the Animal Liberation Front (ALF).
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