"There are many issues in the law whose solution has an essentially economic cost. There is one issue in particular, however, of immense and most important economic effect, which has been decided and re-decided, but which, strangely enough, the courts never seem to have considered on the merits of its economic relations and effects....
"...[O]ught one to be permitted safely, if honestly, to intrust possession of goods to others; or should one have power safely, if honestly, to buy goods from those in possession...."
"Caveat Emptor and the Judicial Process." Colum. L. Rev. 25, no. 2 (1925): 129-51.