More Nerve than Brains

{from Bruce Gregory (990330.0650 EST)]

One way to look at the past discussion of coercion is from the perspective
Bill provides in terms of choice involving conflict. Some of us want to
reserve the word coercion for circumstances where there is little internal
conflict on the part of the coercer. Individuals may act to overwhelm the
behavior of others but do so only with great internal conflict. I suggest
this may be true to RTP teachers.

Bruce Gregory