Re: Is "proactive" really a word?

Subject: Re: Is "proactive" really a word?
From: Joe Miller <joemiller -at- CANBERRA -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 15 Oct 1997 09:04:01 -0500

Proactive may not be in the Oxford American, but it's
certainly in Merriam-Webster's New Collegiate, Tenth
Edition. There are two definitions, the second one
being the sense given in this thread.

It's cited as (1933), which makes it even older than me! <g>

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