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The Cooke case is an illustration of a general dictum I read decades ago and that has been confirmed by my experience since then: most books should be articles; most articles should be footnotes; and most footnotes should not be written. But with all the redundancy, diffusion, and repetition, the book was insightful and gave me some food for thought.