Browsing All posts tagged under »Bullying«

Civility 2.0/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

July 19, 2018


On July 13, 2018, Paul Krugman of the NYT, wrote an op-ed on the president’s mistreatment of allies and coddling of venal dictators. He coined the phrase of “making bullying great again”. It merits a chuckle if nothing else. But how do you negotiate or discuss differences with those you disagree with? Is it possible […]

To Be or Not To be…a Bully/Martin Rosenfeld

October 11, 2010


A spate of articles and book reviews have appeared of late on the topic of bullying. Bullying begins, we are told, at an early age, and affects girls as well as boys. The behavior is believed to start early and it can have devastating effects. There is nothing positive that can be said for this […]