A President Needs These Two Qualities/Martin Rosenfeld

Posted on August 2, 2011


One post-mortem worthy of your review is an article written by William Galston for the New Republic on White House negotiation errors. I will sum up the premise in one sentence. Mr. Galston states that a President needs a core of convictions and the strength to fight for them. President Reagan had this; President Obala may still have a way to go. Negotiating for a divorce agreement? Decide what is non-negotiable. My suggestion is to treat your children in this manner. Then have the strength to fight for a fair solution. The rest is only commentary. Read the article and then assess yourself.