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Book Review: ‘The Fairness Instinct: The Robin Hood Mentality And Our Biological Nature’ by L. Sun


Covers distributive justice, procedural justice, reciprocity, compromise, asymmetrical reciprocity, equity rule, anti-intellectualism, relative deprivation and forgiveness. Read More »

Book Review: Start with No… The Negotiating Tools that the Pros Don’t Want You to Know by Jim Camp

A classic negotiating book offers a counterintuitive approaach to getting the best deal for your side every time. Read More »

Tea Party Fiddles as the U.S. Prepares to Burn

With the Right denying even the existence of a debt-ceiling drop-dead date, how can anyone expect compromise? Read More »

The Art of Compromise: Politics Defined

Why is compromise considered a dirty word in modern politics when it is the very definition of politics? Read More »

Politics in the Future: On the Dreams of a Distant Sunrise

What is it that lies ahead in the future of American politics? Only we know the answer. Read More »

When Compromise is No Virtue

Compromise in the name of bipartisanship is no virtue when the other side refuses to play along. No apologies to Barry Goldwater. Read More »

Men Are So Hard to Understand

First you date guys who do the kinds of things you can never understand, and then you marry one. Read More »

Rethinking Universal Healthcare, Part I

It's become a moot point whether universal healthcare is a safety net or a right. All that remains is a compromise. Read More »