As I begin this commentary on Professor Burack’s informative chapter, my desk is symbolic of the task before me. Spread about me are pages and pages of detailed notes, Burack’s manuscript riddled with specific questions and points begging response, and several books and papers of reference. Burack’s work holds a plethora of stimuli. A point-by-point commentary clearly seems beyond the space allotted. How, therefore, to respond? The act of sitting back from this array suggests an answer-adopt a wider frame, offer questions and comments about what Burack and perhaps most readers seem to implicitly assume and accept.