"Persuasion involves choice, will; it is directed to a man only insofar
as he is free. This is good to remember, in these days of political
dictatorship and near-dictatorship. Only insofar as men are potentially
free, must the spellbinder seek to persuade them."
Kenneth Burke, A Rhetoric of Motives, 1950.
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