The articles by Philip Green are long, and heavily documented, but Mr. Green seems not to have decided whether he is writing facts or polemics. As there are too many points of controversy to go into all of them, I will simply give one example:

On page 190 (Spring 1976 issue) Mr. Green says, “A leopard born and brought up in a cage will never attain the speed of its siblings born and raised on the veldt . . . ” None of his 26 references is used to document th...

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