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|Offering ancient wisdom on how to use skill, cunning, tactics and discipline to outwit your opponent, this 2000 year old military manual is still worshipped by soldiers on the battlefield and managers in the boardroom as the ultimate guide ...|
|The union did not want McCloskey to lose the contract or bring in nonunion labor, |
and it knew it couldn't depend on support ... The committee's work dovetailed with
the AFL- CIO's civil rights agenda under the leadership of George Meany, which
sought ... Those organizations, the NAACP and NUL, were forced to fight hard—
one city, one local, and one job at a time—to ... The result, then, was much more
than just the token hiring of a “chap . . . on the payroll”; it was the realization that,
|This individual may not do the job exactly the same way, but the organization as |
a whole does not deviate from its ... Often, this leads to positive changes as the
system adapts to the new environment that has forced it to change. ... The key is
to find connections between the parts you want to change and alter them in ways
that will bring them in line with your objective. ... Simple, right? The results,
however, may not be limited to just those two people or even to just their work
|Even if the torque wrench is not externally damaged, wear can take its toll, |
because of multiple moving internal components. It's hard to understand how a
few thousandths of an inch of wear can cause dramatic calibration changes. ...
When applying left-hand force through a torque wrench, you're fighting a losing
battle, because everything is stressed internally ... The result is that you not only
potentially damage the right-hand calibration, but you also arrive at an unknown
torque value ...
|I have been asked, on occasion, what about when institutions take on fake or |
immoral values. ... However, I do have the right and obligation to point out my
differences if the other side's values might impose a threat to me. ... Cause. Does
this mean there is no room for dissent in an organization? Of course not. Even in
healthy organizations, dissent ... In fact, I have witnessed times where rank-and-
file employees care so deeply about an organization's values that they fight
decisions that ...
|the war and the Bill of Rights, however, the unity of the Court was eventually |
shattered. ... forces of the United States either in the process of recruitment or in
military operations, came to the test in Schenck v. United States (1919).60
Schenck was accused of attempting to bring about insubordination in the ranks of
the armed forces by causing to have mailed to individuals who ... It does not even
protect a man from an injunction against uttering words that may have all the
effect of force.
|Learning from Lebanon and Getting It Right in Gaza Benjamin S. Lambeth ... |
Another prohibits hiding forces in civilian areas. ... law of war recognizes that
mistakes are inevitable and does not criminalize soldiers who seek in good faith
to avoid them. ... will have to fight against an enemy that hides missiles in family
homes and cynically exploits the inevitable results. It will occasionally have to
take military action that it knows in advance will cause civilian casualties, even as
it tries to ...
|men have the right to organize and support a common force [i.e. government] to |
protect these rights constantly. ... All individuals have a "natural right" to defend
themselves against those who attempt to take what belongs to the owner. ...
belongs to them as well as the property itself — as long as that use does not
cause harm to another person or their property. Without ... if the person or
government he would speak against can deny him housing, employment or even
food for his family?
|... an unarmed man without cause, he can be indicted for excessive force, |
wrongful death—even first-degree murder. ... But under Levin-Marcato, if a
Kadmos employee kills someone in cold blood. ... We're just bringing it home,
that's all. ... But that's not the way things are going in this country. ... Mercenary
armies are fighting our wars for us, for profit. ... by the world's biggest salt marsh—
they'll abandon what's left to the next hurricane and move their medicine show
right down the line.
|In the eyes of some, a government that cannot protect its people forfeits the right |
to rule. ... Security force abuses and the social upheaval caused by collateral
damage from combat can be major escalating factors for insurgencies. ... Also of
note, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), even those whose stated aims are
impartial and humanitarian, may wittingly or ... Fighters who have joined for
money will probably become bandits once the fighting ends unless there are jobs