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NINETY-NINE men in a hundred can argue to one who can argue and win. Yet upon this faculty more than any-other depends the power of the lawyer, business man, preacher, politician, salesman, and teacher. The desire to win is characteristic of all men. “Almost to win a case,” “Almost to close a sale,” “Almost to make a convert,” or “Almost to gain a vote,” brings neither satisfaction nor success.
In this book will be found definite suggestions for training the mind in accurate thinking and the power of clear and effective statement. It is the outcome of many years of experience in teaching men to “think on their feet.” The aim throughout is practical, and the ultimate object a knowledge of successful argumentation.