When Raoul Berger turned ninety a little over a decade ago, he was presented with a book of letters from friends and admisrers. Those sending their good wishes were among America's most distinguished jurists, public officials and scholars, including Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist, former Attorney General Edwin Meese III and Professor Philip B. Kurland. The collection was introduced by a letter from former President Ronald Reagan.

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Copyright © 2001 The Times Literary Supplement Limited. This article first appeared in The Times Literary Supplement, no. 5122 (May 25, 2001): 15.

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