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Remembering John Hoyt, a Leader for Animal Protection

John Hoyt died at his home in Fredericksburg, Va., last Sunday after a long infirmity. Hoyt, more than anyone, developed The HSUS and built a solid organization, extending its reach into all 50 states.
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