The papers in this issue of the San Diego Law Review could be taken as reflecting widespread disarray at the current stage of the always evolving, now rapidly expanding, law of the employment relationship. Dealing with a variety of subject matter areas, the commentators' reactions to what they find range from exasperation to bewilderment to more restrained but nonetheless sharp criticism. If this is partly the custom of legal periodical literature, the general impression is left of more than ordinary confusion, uncertainty, and frustration of purpose in this body of law taken as a whole.
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