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The Ulysses Pact

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Tue, 26 Jun 2012

I have seen reference to the term “Ulysses pact” several times recently in the financial press. The term refers to the pact the mythic Greek hero Ulysses made with his crew so he could hear the song of the sirens, which enchanted sailors to the point of madness and lured them to shipwreck and death

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