Law: Adirondack Triumph

There are more lawyers in the U. S. (178,000) than there are doctors (157,000), and many more people need doctors than lawyers. The American Bar Association ruefully admits that the legal profession is overcrowded, especially in large cities. It has a committee studying the situation. Last week an editorial in the New York Law Journal urged a youthful revolt against the city, twanged an idyll of la wing in the country. To make its point, the Journal printed a letter from a young lawyer who went rustic after three long discouraging years in Manhattan.

The Journal's, anonymous correspondent blindfolded himself 18...

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