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I want to take a moment to thank our readers for their comments and contributions to the magazine. "An editor is not wise," William Allen White, the famed editor of the Emporia (Kansas) Gazette, wrote to his "gentle readers" in 1895. "He only judges by what he sees and hears," White stated correctly. It is equally true today.
My thanks to each of you who have enriched the magazine with your suggestions and your writing. Many of our best ideas and finest articles have come from our readers. I hope you will continue to let me know what we can do better and consider joining our contributors using your knowledge and experience in negotiations.
Thank you each for your interest in the critical area of negotiations and for helping this editor to continue to learn from his readers.
The magazine is continuing to prepare to expand its coverage of the field in the near future. We continue to seek articles on every aspect of negotiations. Please see our Writer’s Guidelines. Of special interest at this time are articles on crisis negotiations, negotiating ethics, non-profit negotiating, labor negotiations, and new directions and research in the field. Articles from authors with perspectives outside the USA would be most welcome. Please contact me with your suggestions for additional improvements, questions for Ask the Negotiator, Letters to the Editor and article proposals at firstname.lastname@example.org
John D. Baker
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