strive for competence by continuous fact-finding and written analysis.
a typical year, we complete about a dozen publications. We
strive for competence through review by stakeholders and disciplines
at every stage.
steer clear of both partisan advocacy and least-common-denominator consensus.
Reviewers let us know:
- Are we barking up the
- Have we unearthed the
- Have we framed the "real"
- Do we have the facts
- Have we correctly portrayed
their organization, its stakes, or its interests?
- Have we done justice
to what their discipline or profession can contribute to illuminating the
- Have we fairly sampled
the range of options?
- Is our presentation
The ultimate responsibility
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