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May 30, 2009

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Tony Balis

Good morning!

Mr. Dean, your comments are excellent, your perspective keen on identifying some of the ways in which the best speeches truly honor the occasion. And yes, each speech must be judged as if one were there, listening well and watching the faces of the audience.

Over twenty years, we have read thousands of commencement speeches. You can read the very best at: www.humanity.org.

Cheers,

Tony Balis
The Humanity Initiative

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