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'Speed reading' isn't real, but you can still train yourself to read faster

Speedier reading is good enough for me.

President Jimmy Carter and his daughter Amy attend a speed reading course at the White House together.

When I was a kid in the mid-2000s, I saw this black and white photo from the late 1970s. The caption: "Amy Carter and Jimmy Carter participate in a speed reading course at the White House." I was mesmerized. If I could learn

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