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August 1987

PO Box 1980

Group conscience

Many thanks to J. M. and M. M. for the March 1987 article, "What's a Group Conscience?" I would like to add one remark. We often use the term "substantial unanimity" to represent a number. Last week, after a particularly harrowing business meeting and "group conscience" (one member left in tears; another, on leaving, shook the secretary's hand saying "I'm sorry--but it was well fought"), I looked up the word "unanimity" in my dictionary. It reads, "complete agreement or accord." "Accord" is defined as "unity, harmony."

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