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The Art of Compromise/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

October 7, 2020


When parties in a dispute are at the point of deadlock, compromise can be a useful strategy. I am currently reading a book about Rep. John Lewis, “The Truth is Marching On” by Jon Meacham. The narrative reviews the 1941 dream of A. Philip Randolph, a civil rights leader, to organize a March on Washington. […]