Attorney and author Gerry Spence has graced the world with his books and arguments for many years. At the time of publication of this book in 1996, the author had never lost a case he had tried. In this text, he outlines the logical and emotional aspects of argumentation.
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Yes, Landon, as I said in my review, the author's mixed philosophy can drive an Objectivist batty. I only recommend this book because he does offer some worthwhile insights into winning arguments, such as giving the argument in the form of a story. Ayn Rand did that as well.
Gerry Spence is a great speaker and rhetor. An Objectivist, he's not, but I don't think there's any better sounding American speaker of English in existence. He makes Darth Vader sound like Nancy Pelosi.
For anyone who likes books on tape, I do recommend this work.
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