Truer words…

“Most of the literature of jurisprudence, to paraphrase William James, is tedious, not as hard subjects like physics and mathematics are tedious, but as throwing feathers, endlessly, hour after hour, is tedious.” Thurman Arnold, Institute Priests and Yale Observers – A Reply to Dean Goodrich, 84 U. Pa. L. Rev. 811 (1936).

This is the first page of the 764-page course packet I mentioned, previously. So true…