Modern Trends in Oral English and Speech and a Suggested Course of Study for Oral English

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Cartwright, Roscoe S.
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1930
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In the ages that are now a matter of history man has been dominated by many influences; one of the most important among these has been the power of suggestion. In all ages the man who could, appear before his fellow men, and through the medium of oral expression wield this power of suggestion, to the end that he guided the thought and opinions of others into the channels which he wished them to follow, has been and always will be a leader. | The ancient Greeks, to whom we owe so much in the field of education today, recognized this fact and trained their leaders very thoroughly in the art of self-expression.
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