Misconceived Bargaining Power – The Historical Failure Of Coercion (Part I)

Let us never negotiate out of fear. But let us never fear to negotiate – John F. Kennedy – Inaugural Speech 1961 (*) Bargain or threat: The historical perspective According to its most commonly accepted origin, the “trick or treat” adage actually included a threat, that of doing mischief. Today – except in terror movies, … Continue reading Misconceived Bargaining Power – The Historical Failure Of Coercion (Part I)