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Thinking about the way we think: how flexibility can be fatal The politics of compromise: "red-baiting" takes a new form The use and abuse of flexible distortion in the New Testament and early Christian thought Wartime France and the occupied British islands: two "flexiphobes" unyieldingly fight the genocidal trend and are joined by a sitting judge in Nazi Germany itself Secular story tellers present the limits of compromise: Shakespeare, Glaspell, and Faulkner Flexible distortions of American law and tradition, or how saints Paul and John influence fundamental social policy.
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Print version: Weisberg, Richard H. In praise of intransigence : the perils of flexibility. New York. New York : Oxford University Press,