Civil rights rhetoric and the american presidency presidential rhetoric and political communication enrique d rigsby james arnt aune on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers for a century and a half the words of presidents have framed expressed and sometimes challenged the civil rights policies of america. Pauleys analysis is guided by several assumptions about the presidency civil rights and rhetoric beginning with the assumption that presidential rhetoric matters pauley examines the role of rhetoric in leadership policy making and the political meanings and interpretations that form the political culture. James arnt aune and enrique rigsby are both on the faculty of texas ams department of speech communication where they served as coordinators of the annual conference in presidential rhetoric devoted to civil rights rhetoric that led to this volume. Gay rights issues in contemporary american the use of argument and the marriage ideograph in 2000 presidential contenders al gore and bill bradley carolinas communication annual 19 68 83 nelson j s2003. Abstract traditional literature on the public dimensions of the american presidency suggests that the office has a significant impact upon the political lives of americans and that contemporary presidents frequently appeal for public support to pressure other government elites this study systematically analyzes rhetorical references to the presidency by examining a presidents articulation of
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