Rhetoric & Public Affairs 21, no. 3 cover
Rhetoric & Public Affairs 21, no. 3
Edited by Martin J. Medhurst
ARTICLES
Abraham Lincoln’s Second Annual Message to Congress and Public Policy Advocacy for African Colonization
BJØRN F. STILLION SOUTHARD

The Judicial Character of Late Liberal Prudence: Paul v. Davis
TIMOTHY BAROUCH

Laboring to Belong: Differentiation, Spatial Relocation, and the Ironic Presence of (Un)Documented Immigrants in the United Farm Workers “Take Our Jobs” Campaign
LISA A. FLORES

Driving the Three-Horse Team of Government: Kairos in FDR’s Judiciary Fireside Chat
DONOVAN BISBEE

REVIEW ESSAY
Points of Difference in the Study of More-than-Human Rhetorical Ontologies
JOSHUA P. EWALT

BOOK REVIEWS
Robert Hariman and John Louis Lucaites, The Public Image: Photography and Civic Spectatorship
LAURIE E. GRIES

Heather Ashley Hayes, Violent Subjects and Rhetorical Cartography in the Age of the Terror Wars
TIMOTHY BARNEY

E. Johanna Hartelius, ed., The Rhetorics of US Immigration: Identity, Community, Otherness
JENNIFER J. ASENAS AND KEVIN A. JOHNSON

Marouf A. Hasian Jr., Representing Ebola: Culture, Law, and Public Discourse about the 2013–2015 West African Ebola Outbreak
SKYE DE SAINT FELIX

Donna M. Kowal, Tongue of Fire: Emma Goldman, Public Womanhood, and the Sex Question
KATE ZITTLOW ROGNESS

Carol Mattingly, Secret Habits: Catholic Literacy Education for Women in the Early Nineteenth Century
SARA A. MEHLTRETTER DRURY

John Kyle Day, The Southern Manifesto: Massive Resistance and the Fight to Preserve Segregation
DAVIS W. HOUCK

Jane S. Sutton and Mari Lee Mifsud, eds., A Revolution in Tropes: Alloiostrophic Rhetoric
JAIME LANE WRIGHT
Subjects: Rhetoric
Publication Date: October 8th, 2018
192 pages| 6 in x 9 in
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MARTIN J. MEDHURST is Distinguished Professor of Rhetoric and Communication and Professor of Political Science at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. 

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ISBN: 9781684300778

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