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Tells how to prepare for a speech, handle stage fright, develop logical argument, spot weaknesses, use language correctly, and make a good impression
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REID BUCKLEY was a prominent lecturer on college campuses all over the United States until his retirement from the circuit in 1982. His social and political criticism has appeared in numerous publications, including the New York Times and National Review. He presently runs the Buckley School of Public Speaking, from which fulcrum he has coached vice presidential and presidential candidates.Review:
''Buckley's witty and wordy book is directed at the person who wants to learn how to debate successfully . . . The pointers are pertinent and the prose polished.'' --Library Journal
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