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PART I Introduction 1. The Problem of Cooperation 3 PART II The Emergence of Cooperation 2. The Success of TIT FOR TAT in Computer Tournaments 27 3. The Chronology of Cooperation 55 PART III Cooperation Without Friendship or Foresight 4. The Live-and-Let-Live System in Trench Warfare in World War I 73 5. The Evolution of Cooperation in Biological Systems (with William D. Hamilton) 88 PART IV Advice for Participants and Reformers 6. How to Choose Effectively 109 7. How to Promote Cooperation 124 PART V Conclusions 8. The Social Structure of Cooperation 145 9. The Robustness of Reciprocity 169 APPENDIX A TOURNAMENT RESULTS 192 APPENDIX B PROOFS OF THE THEORETICAL PROPOSITIONS 206 NOTES 216 BIBLIOGRAPHY 223