You can scrap, in writing a talk, most of what you've been told all your life was literary good form. You have to; if you want your talk to ring the bell and walk in and sit down by the hearth.
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Source Notes: BBC broadcast, 1 July 1937, in Lend Me Your Ears: Great Speeches in History, ed. William Safire (1992).
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