by Andre Bernard and Clifton Fadiman
March 21, 2011 If you panic every time you're asked to "say a few words," former White House speechwriter Mary Kate Cary is here to help. For nervous public speakers, she recommends three books to load onto your e-readers — full of sound advice and quotable anecdotes — so you'll never be tongue-tied again.
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