Some years ago, I first heard Richard Epstein sermonize on the majesty of a free society. Prepped by an Epstein buff, I was geared up to hear the master “speak in full pages, not just sentences, without notes, ready for publication.” Later, I had to edit a transcribed version of an Epstein talk before the Federalist Society. Alas, he, like other mortals, needed polishing. Still, an Epstein lecture is a listener’s delight and the written product is a reader’s feast.