A lusty, gusty attack on "The Law" as a curious, antiquated institution which, through outworn procedures, technical jargon and queer mummery, enables a group of medicine-men to dominate our social and political lives and our business, to their own gain.
By FRED RODELL
Professor of Law, Yale University
Written in 1939
This is a great read because the average American calls an attorney when he/she has a law issue and that is a big mistake! We must command the law by ourselves and it takes lots of study and de-programming! The attorney's first allegiance is to the court, not to the client! And doctors work the same way -- their allegiance is to the hospital and the pharmaceutical companies -- what's in it for them. Your health is not their concern, though they act like it, just like an attorney.
"It is easier to fool people than it is to convince people they've been fooled." ~ Mark Twain