Fowler V. Harper, 74 Yale Law Journal 600 (1965)
Fowler Harper was a man whom it rejoiced our hearts to know. He came to us from the Middle Border, at the peak of his career, after service with the government and with a number of other law schools. But he needed no conversion. He had already imbibed the spirit of this place, and soon became one of the liveliest of its priests and exemplars. He was acutely sensitive to injustice, and his boiling point was low. He was always ready to mount his charger, and to charge. He loved a good fight, but he loved his enemies, too, for he was without malice.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Rostow, Eugene V., "Fowler V. Harper" (1965). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 2140.