Conflict Without Chaos: A Look Back at Conflict Intervention Initiatives During the Nations's Early Civil Rights Era
A resource for those involved as an intermediary or as a party to interpersonal or group conflict. It offers a perspective based on field experience intervening in adversarial confrontation. It is a suitable for students, researchers, and higher education faculty engaged in the study of alternative dispute resolution processes.
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Dont Tell it to the Judge
A FEDERAL MODEL
BEFORE COMING TO THE TABLE
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