Having heard panel members take exception to some of his considered opinions about the occasional shortcomings of tripartite arbitration panels, Arnold Zack responds: “I have sat here patiently through these vituperative comments made by allegedly informed experts on the subject of tripartite panels. I can take it no longer. I am at the end of my wits’ rope. The clearly blind adherence to the concept of tripartitism leaves me speechless. I must therefore renounce anything favorable I might have said about tripartitism and revert to extolling the conventional wisdom of the single neutral.” He then quotes at length from Arbitrium Redivivum (1694 ed.).