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I sometimes wonder whether the first year torts course is destined to survive the onslaught of no-fault upon the field of personal injuries, and those of the Supreme Court upon the fields of defamation and privacy. And now, as if that were not enough, it is suggested that further assaults may be coming from new quarters--from courses and casebooks which take over some of the material traditionally associated with torts and treat some topics in far greater detail and depth than is usually done in a general torts course. It is to the second of these questions that I address myself.

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The Torts Curriculum: An Overview, 42 U. Cin. L. Rev. 435 (1973)

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