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Former campaign manager Mark Salter defended the press strategy by saying: "We felt it necessary to adopt the same deliberativeness and discipline employed by our opponents and rely less on impromptu press conferences with our travelling press, and more on interviews arranged in advance so our candidates would have the same opportunity our opponents enjoyed to discuss and prepare for the interview.
Accordingly, Doyle sets out "four standards for anticipatory self-defense" that would avoid such problems: "Lethality identifies the likely loss of life if the threat is not eliminated; Likelihood assesses the probability that the threat will occur; Legitimacy covers the traditional just war criteria of proportionality, necessity, and deliberativeness of proposed responses; and Legality" (p.
Whether either pair would have complementary abilities in office -- for example, the deliberativeness of one balanced by the action orientation of the other -- remains to be seen.