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- Oct 2013
Memory (as I shall show in its proper place) is most necessary to an orator and is eminently strengthened and nourished by exercise; and, at the age of which we are now speaking, and which cannot, as yet, produce anything of itself, it is almost the only faculty that can be improved by the aid of teachers.
Memory is actually very bad. Don't put your chips into this idea. Elizabeth Loftus is a good place to start if you disagree.