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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 6 months ago by HenDanK
Kinda lame. Simply doing a quick internet search for 'types of argument' takes less time and informs you greatly.Published 8 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 9 months ago by J.Ilog
Book was needed for my daughters class she understood the principles.Published 10 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 10 months ago by Lights