Getting Other People’s Cooperation

By Nathan Lewis – New World Economics

For anything to get done, these people need to cooperate. They can disagree on minor points, but in the context of achieving a shared goal. If they have completely different goals — one guy wants to build high-rises and another guy insists on single-family homes, and each has project-killing ability — then the project will not get built, or at the very best, it would be some kind of compromise between the two which is neither fish nor fowl.  Read on…


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