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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)
The works of Rothbard have been misused, as a rationalization, to support this entry which exists only as a construct within an obscure self-published pfd that has no standing elsewhere. Primarily, this term is used by arbitrators to describe their function.
This entry, which cannot be merged, has no secondary source quotations (in anything but blogs) beyond a single mention which I cannot verify. The only support for this entry resides in the primary source which is listed in the opening sentence of this entry and in conclusion of this entry. --Lfrankblam (talk) 01:37, 14 November 2014 (UTC)