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Winston Churchill: A study in oratory

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Montalbo, Thomas ; U.S. Treasury Department; 3701 Webber St., Sarasota, FL 33582

Winston Churchill was not a “natural” orator but he overcame his handicaps so well that he was awarded a Nobel Prize for his writings and “brilliant oratory.” Seven lessons in speech making are abstracted from a study of his life and oratory: (1) Know the language; (2) listen to good speakers; (3) endure any handicap; (4) read good books; (5) use rhetorical devices; (6) prepare and practice; and (7) show feelings and personality.

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Professional Communication, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:PC-21 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

March 1978

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