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Uses a lot of straw man arguments to get his agenda across. More of a book on how to manipulate people rather than to use reasoning with them.Published 1 month ago by HenDanK
Kinda lame. Simply doing a quick internet search for 'types of argument' takes less time and informs you greatly.Published 2 months ago by reviewers name
An excellent and humorous book on the forgotten rhetorical techniques that were used by Cicero, Plato, Aristotle, & Socrates. Read morePublished 4 months ago by J.Ilog
Book was needed for my daughters class she understood the principles.Published 4 months ago by More than a Mom
Was cringe worthy and I winced often. The writing style felt embarrassingly personal and relaxed. Writer seemed to embellish on his real life success examples of his tactics to the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lights
Had to read it in the summer for AP Lang. Very interesting novel that made me aware of the tactics and strategies of arguing. I used a lot of these tactics without even knowing! Read morePublished 7 months ago by Grace
I never go it, I called for help to Random House LLC neither, I being trying to cancel through Amazon neither. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Guillermo Cruz Jr
One stare is to much. The man who wrote this is a pervert and this comes through In his writing.
None of the wisdom of Lincon or Aristotle come through in this book or is... Read more