It's not like learning how to hit a curve ball in baseball.
This is going right to the police. So, it's a very dangerous precedent.
I think that the very fact that CBS fought and fought and fought in Texas, in New York.
CBS exhausted the Texas courts. They went from the trial court to the intermediate court to the highest court.
I just had the sense that at least the books that I had read about law just didn't really have enough of that.
The principle though remains the same, and the important thing is CBS fought hard, very hard, to protect that principle and will fight again.
I try to do that in this book without preaching - to try to do as you just said that you really have to defend the First Amendment rights of everybody.
My role in it was not as central as it was in some of the later cases considering I was younger then and I was playing a role of co-counsel on the case.
I really did try to write it so that an educated public that cares about issues like this doesn't have to be a lawyer and can read it and understand it.
I still owe a duty of loyalty to my clients and former clients, so I cannot specify which clients I did not especially find congenial, but the cause was the same.