Re: DSM: Majority Rule vs. Consensus


Samuel Atwood (wierdo@sudval.org)
Sun, 23 Jan 2000 13:13:42 -0500


Kenneth Winchenbach Walden wrote:

> My interpretation would be that if someone chose to step aside, and the rest
> of the group decided to go ahead with the decision, then the person who had
> objected would not be held accountable by that rule, or required to enforce
> it.

Wait, wait, does that mean if I were to disagree with all the motions
presented to the meeting I wouldn't have to fallow any rules? Score!
-Sam

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