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From two such distinguished scholars and law teachers we would expect a top notch casebook on torts. And that is what we have. This pair of deans has been teaching, studying, thinking, and writing in the field for a good many years. From their experience and learning they have put together an admirable teaching tool which no torts teacher could make a mistake in using. This reviewer, for reasons of his own, is not trying to sell Smith and Prosser, but he certainly would not discourage its adoption on the ground that it is an inferior book.
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Book Review: Cases and Materials on Torts, 62 Yale Law Journal 1271 (1953)