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Problem Solving in 1962/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

January 29, 2020


On January 29, 2020, Fred Kaplan of Slate magazine, appeared on NPR to discuss his new book “The Bomb”. How close has the world come to nuclear war, Mr. Kaplan was asked. He replied that during the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962, President Kennedy’s military advisors did not hesitate to suggest a nuclear attack on […]

The Apology/Martin Rosenfeld, JD

August 30, 2016


It is not difficult to understand how an apology can move parties from deadlocked positions to the road of Win-Win. What makes for a good apology? Here is the conclusion on one study:¬†Edward Tomlinson of John Carroll University and Roy Lewicki of Ohio State University concluded that participants viewed apologies to be more sincere when […]