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Where in Practical Anarchy (or elsewhere) does Molyneux say a DRO is a "firm"? – S. Rich (talk)
That's definitely a part that has evolved. Common parlance usually uses the term "firm" since DROs are conceptualized to be entrepreneurial ventures, rather than just "organizations" (easily confused with a loose association, or not-for-profit charity). The terminology has changed a bit since original publications and as people evolve the concept. Fine if you want to go back while I dig stuff up. I mostly just don't like defining a phrase with its own words - "a dispute resolution organization (DRO) is an organization ... dispute resolution" like your version was. -- Netoholic@ 05:02, 31 May 2014 (UTC)