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Lions Roar : November 2006
In families, organizations, and communities—people create the very problems they think they are trying to solve. Lear n how and why they do this, and the surprising way to establish lasting solutions and deep peace—between spouses, parents and children, colleagues, and nations. “Rarely have I read anything that held my attention the way this book did.To find that kind of reading experience in the context of a book that covers such disparate topics as parenting, managing employees, Middle East peace, and self- actualization is truly astonishing.” — Jo Ellen Green Kaiser, Senior Editor, Tikkun magazine Also by The Arbinger Institute Cloth $22.95 “The Anatomy of Peace is a brilliantly written, stimulating read, with a rare clarity that awakens reflection and compels action. I recommend it without hesitation to anyone interested in finding solutions to conflicts ranging from the personal to the global.” — Gilead Sher, former Chief of Staff of the Prime Minister of Israel “A book that could change the face of humanity.” — Marion Blumenthal Lazan, holocaust survivor and bestselling author The highly anticipated follow-up to Leadership and Self-Deception (over 400,000 copies sold)