"He instinctively can find the shining greatness of our American culture and does a good job of highlighting it (although he also does have those rare lapses when he writes about hockey, but that is something caused by impurities in the Eastern waters or something)." Erik Keilholtz
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Mark C. N. Sullivan is an editor at a Massachusetts university. He is married and the father of three children. Email
'If the seemingly barren and war-strewn field of litigation can be the playground where spirit dances, it can revel anywhere.' Cloying, yes, but even more, chilling: This innocuous-seeming bit of New Agey sprightliness accompanies a plug for the bookLitigation as Spiritual Practice by one George Felos. He's the attorney for a Florida husband who wants to shut off food and water to his brain-damaged wife. Starving the woman to death is presented as a blow for her "Right to Die" by the attorney, who fancies himself a mystical sort.
Courtroom Yogi of Death, is more like it. Imagine devoting so much energy to the "spiritual," yet being so utterly devoid of conscience.