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Re: Query on Brochu's compromise

Chris Bennett wrote...
> I am asking the following question not to irritate or annoy or to incite
> argument, but merely in an effort to understand Chris Brochu's position.
> Where I come from, a compromise is an agreement between two (or more)
> parties with differing positions and desires such that each party gives up
> some of the things they want in return for getting some of the other
> they want.

    I would also personally define a "comprimise" as an agreement of this
sort where both paties have a legitimate right, ethically or legally, to
expect things to go thier way.  Otherwise, I would call it "caving in under

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