This is an article which all lawyers should read. Its immediate concern is with legal services for the poor, but its thrust goes far beyond the immediate problem; indeed, its true emphasis concerns a fundamental evaluation of the legal profession and its place in our society. To state that it is thought-provoking is to give it little credit. The author is a man whose experience in the field spans almost half a century. The reader may disagree with the conclusions reached, but he must pay deference to the sincerity and sagacity of the views which it expresses.

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