Response or Comment
A group of recent decisions presents a somewhat farcical conformity with Montesquieu's thesis that "law" may vary with time and geography. It strikingly illustrates, also, the importance of the particular theory of liability upon which a suit is predicated. The unusual similarity in detail of the operative facts of these cases lends peculiar emphasis to the difference in the judgments rendered.
Waite, John B. "Sales: Liability for the Presence of Mice and Other Uncommon Things in Food." Mich. L. Rev. 17, no. 3 (1919): 261-4.