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A way to say no
July 21st, 2020 by Craig Freshley
In principle, it is generally much harder to say no than to say yes, either in a group or as a group. As an individual in the face of group sentiment – sometimes called peer pressure – it is much easier to quietly agree than to take an opposing stand. As a group faced with …read more
July 14th, 2020 by Craig Freshley
In principle, coalitions are held together by belief in a common cause. Membership is often flexible and responsive to coalition positions. The strongest coalitions are unanimous in every vote; each member fully supportive of every position. Sometimes a member may stand in the way of the coalition’s desires; called a veto, which is fine once …read more