Daily Archives: July 10, 2012

The Problem with the Democratic Party

I worry about the future of the Democratic party. It has been out of office more than in office during the last 50 years, failing to win the Presidency, and only Bill Clinton has managed a second term since Truman … Continue reading

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Using Conflict Processes Unilaterally

This blog is heavily focused on the idea of using systematic processes to handle conflict. In particular, it suggests a Creative Conflict Model that envisages participants in a conflict, becoming realistic about the conflict, recognizing each others interests, showing creativity … Continue reading

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The Tragedy of American Unions

I grew up on the edge of the heavily unionised South Wales coalfield in Britain. It was self-evident there that the union was a good thing and critical to mine safety as well as ensuring the miners received a fair … Continue reading

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