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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ........................................................................... 4
INTRODUCTION....................................................................................... 8
PART I: THE BEGINNING, 1933-1956 .................................................. 12

   CHAPTER 1. WANTING A SEERSUCKER SUIT, 1933-1952 ........ 15
   CHAPTER 2. FOUNDING DEAN A.A. WHITE AND HIS LAW
   FACULTY, 1947-1956 ......................................................................... 39
   CHAPTER 3. STUDENTS REARED LIKE ME, BUT MORE SO,
   1947-1955 ............................................................................................. 71
   CHAPTER 4. LEARNING LAW BY THE CASE METHOD AT THE
   FEET OF LOCAL GIANTS, 1952-1955 .............................................. 91
   CHAPTER 5. STUDENTS TEACHING STUDENTS, 1955-56 ...... 107
PART II: THE END OF THE BEGINNING, 1956-1974 ...................... 122
   CHAPTER 6. NEWELL BLAKELY’S LAW SCHOOL, 1956-1966 127
   CHAPTER 7. AMERICAN LEGAL REALISM AT YALE, 1961-1962
    ............................................................................................................ 147
   CHAPTER 8. MYRES McDOUGAL AND HAROLD LASSWELL’S
   LAW, SCIENCE AND POLICY, 1961-1962..................................... 167
   CHAPTER 9. A PRODIGAL RETURNS, 1962–1964..................... 185
   CHAPTER 10. YOUNG TURKS AND THE OLD GUARD, 1962-
   1970 .................................................................................................... 201
   CHAPTER 11. PLANNING A NEW LAW BUILDING,1966-1968. 237
   CHAPTER 12. SEX, DRUGS, AND SENSITIVITY TRAINING,
   1968-1970 ........................................................................................... 251
   CHAPTER 13. JIM HIPPARD’S SURPRISE VOTE, 1969 ............. 267
   CHAPTER 14. JOHN NEIBEL, DEAN IN TROUBLED TIMES, 1966-
   1974 .................................................................................................... 275
   CHAPTER 15. MOPPING UP THE MESS, 1970-1974 .................... 283

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