Imagine you are a physician, distraught over the paths that your profession and the "clients" you serve have been channeled into for some time, and you come across the following:
And, further, this: "Until quite recently it was widely inferred that it was the doctor's moral obligation to decide what was best for the patient."
You might well conclude that you had found an empathetic landsman, a true mensch.
Ah, but what about this: " . . . the jury system . . . functions more like a lottery in many ways than like a mechanism for justice or for quality assurance."