In memory of Morton Deutsch: A rhymed reflection

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By  Francisco Gomes de Matos, a  Peace-dignity  linguist, Recife, Brazil

To local/global types of  Conflict Resolution
He  advocated a creative constructive solution
In issues of  conflict management he showed us how  to excel:
By  applying his  sociopsychological approach cooperatively well
How dignifyingly inspiring is Morton Deutsch`s  legacy?
It has given the  field of Conflict Resolution the highest standards of decency

See also: Morton Deutsch, Pioneer in Conflict Resolution, Cooperative Learning and Social Justice, Passes Away at 97

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