How to Argue and Win Every Time is a book that teaches you how to argue in everyday life - at home, in the bedroom, with the boss, with teachers, and with your kids. But it is also a book with sweeping implications for American society, for at its heart, it proposes a new philosophy - that winning is not what you think it is and that your enemy's loss may be your loss as well.
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Gerry Spence has been a trial attorney for more than five decades and proudly represents "the little people." He has fought and won for the family of Karen Silkwood, defended Randy Weaver at Ruby Ridge, and represented hundreds of others in some of the most notable trials of our time. He is the founder of Trial Lawyer's College, a nonprofit school where, pro bono, he teaches attorneys for the people how to present their cases and win against powerful corporate and government interests. He is the author of fifteen books, including "The New York Times" bestseller" How to Argue and Win Every Time," "From Freedom to Slavery," "Give Me Liberty," and "The Making of a Country Lawyer," and is a nationally known television commentator on the famous trials of our time. He lives in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Listeners expecting a step-by-step guide to winning arguments will be put off at first by the dramatic reading and shameless self-disclosure of attorney Gerry Spence. The tone of this program is more philosophical than logical. Some of the organization has a "stream-of-consciousness" quality, which confuses momentarily but eventually comes to life as part of a larger fabric of values and attitudes the author feels are essential. With sincerity, wisdom and a clear, deep voice, Spence makes us overlook the eccentricity of his language and the flamboyance of his delivery. As a course in integrity, love and talking from the heart, this program delivers in style and substance. T.W. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Description du livre Pan Books, 1997. Paperback. État : New. Never used!. N° de réf. du libraire P110330347748
Description du livre Pan Books Ltd. PAPERBACK. État : New. 0330347748 New Condition. N° de réf. du libraire NEW7.0102222