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Slightly To The Right
H.L. Richardson
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Slightly To The Right

3.4  ·  Rating Details ·  5 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Paperback, 127 pages
Published 1965 by Constructive Action, Inc.
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Aug 06, 2016 Mariarosa rated it really liked it
Very informative. I had to laugh though at some of his phrases and words as they were a little old-fashioned and new to me. One of my favorite quirky sentences he used (there were many): Sometimes I think we would have trouble selling whale blubber to a rich starving Eskimo.-Page 7. Or how about a Jim-dandy feeling, anyone?
Nov 28, 2009 Zinger rated it liked it
Shelves: 2009
This book was a little funny. It gave some tips on how to better communicate with others when talking about politics. Most were common sense, but many made me more aware of how I might better approach a discussion to make it more beneficial to myself and the poor sucker that gets trapped having to listen to me.
Apr 06, 2010 Bruce rated it liked it
So far, this looks like a really good book for conservatives to read to understand how to communicate effectively. It's available to read online at
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