Washington Law Review


In the first place, the Committee, in my opinion, in the past and during the past year has been too large. It consists of a chairman and twenty-eight members; and any of you who have had experience in working with committees know that a committee of that size is just too big, and when matters were to be considered by the Committee most of them had to be considered through correspondence. We found that we were very fortunate indeed if we obtained the opinions of sixteen or seventeen of the members.

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