May The Force (Field) Be With You

Thermopylae. Gettysburg. Iwo Jima. The “Cold War.” These are four sobering examples of power being met head-on by power, resulting in staggering losses and resource depletion on both sides. On a more local and, thankfully, less lethal scale, the potential for two or more opinionated, entrenched people or groups to butt heads (See Figure 1) exists on many levels and in many venues. For example, a municipal parks and recreation department director wants to build an aquatic center, but a …


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