Today we spent the entire class working through a comparison of the two subject treaties. Some found the language a bit challenging, but for the most part the text was not "legalese." I tried to share some techniques for managing this sort of work. It is best to write marginal notes to summarize your understanding rather than hunt for "answers" to "questions." Those who just looked for answers will likely have a more superficial understanding than those who tried to "work" with the text at a deeper level. You should come to class with the two treaties done.
Tomorrow we'll be looking at some of the DeMarco, Chapter 14 questions so be ready.