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I have been reading your "Outlines for Review." This is a really wonderful work, not only for the law student, but for anybody else, whether lawyer or layman. You seem to appreciate the fact, as you are advertising it liberally. However, I doubt whether you realize just how able and simply profound a work it is. It ought to live in legal and English literature.
I am writing this letter because it seems to me that the title of the book ought to be changed, as it indicates now nothing but the original purpose for which it was evidently written.
It is really a legal Bible, and some name in accordance with its real value to everybody ought to be given to it, and then it ought to be offered for sale, not only through legal channels, but generally.
It isn't often that I write either a solicited or an unsolicited recommendation for anything, but this case justifies the exception.
Very truly yours,
Warren D. Chase.
At the request of Mr. C. W. Dumont, President of The American Law Book Company, Mr. Chase, a leading member of the Connecticut bar, has kindly given permission to publish his letter of appreciation in "The Law Student."
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