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April 26, 2011


Mike Clark

This is how you settle a dispute, the old-fashioned way. By diplomacy, by negotiation, by compromise. No dispute could be settled by endless mudslinging and bickering. Only when both parties sit at a table and talk can a deal be reached.

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