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Overcoming “Foxhole Syndrome”

July 17, 2012

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As we continue to read and be fascinated by the Judicial Council’s public comment regarding the Strategic Evaluation Committee report, we’re coming to the belief that we are witnessing a classic case of “foxhole syndrome” and as we make the case, we’re sure you’ll agree. The term foxhole syndrome was developed in world war one. […]