How to talk with people; a program for preventing troubles that come when people talk together.


New York, Harper [1952] .

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Subjects Conversation.
Description 176 pages 20 cm
Copyright Date [1952]
Notes Also issued online.
Contents A preview of the problem -- They talk past each other -- On a certain sort of disagreement -- Jon Stone and the fools across the table -- Getting problem-centered -- Experience and innocence -- The problem of the partisan -- Making phrases at each other -- "A shy, socratic approach" -- When angry look again! -- On a certain kind of excitement and wonder -- Tired leaders -- A matter of dollars and cents -- On preserving human warmth -- The reminder -- The image of men talking together.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)374375
(OCoLC)ocm00374375
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WorldCat Identities Lee, Irving J., 1909-1955.
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