In many ways, The Humane Society has become the Ralph Nader of the zoo world, spurring into action the individuals or municipalities who own zoos, the staffs who operate them, the taxpayers who are in the end responsible for their existence, and the federal officials who are now required to ensure that they meet certain standards.
"Special Report on Zoos,"
Special Reports: Vol. 1970
, Article 3.
Available at: https://animalstudiesrepository.org/special/vol1970/iss1/3