Remembering Jane Straus | May 18, 1954—February 25, 2011 | Author of the original Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation
Tack and tact are commonly confused when discussing strategy.
A tack is a course of action.
Tact is discretion.
We decided to try a new tack is correct, but "a new tact" is what a lot of people say, mistakenly thinking "tact" is short for tactic.
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