Rhetoric & Public Affairs
Rhetoric & Public Affairs
The Rhetoric and Public Affairs Series is devoted to the history, theory, and criticism of public discourse. The books in this series examine rhetoric's role in the changing of society and influencing public policy, and explore the public debate of important social issues, while considering concepts such as freedom of expression, social responsibility, culture, and power. This series conducts formal reviews and issues contracts only on completed manuscripts, but inquiries at earlier stages of development are welcome.

Series Edtior: Martin J. Medhurst

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Angelina Grimke
Rhetoric, Identity, and the Radical Imagination
Bending Spines
The Propagandas of Nazi Germany and the German Democratic Republic
The Character of Justice
Rhetoric, Law, and Politics in the Supreme Court Confirmation Process
Christianity and the Mass Media in America
Toward a Democratic Accommodation
Cold War Rhetoric
Strategy, Metaphor, and Ideology
Creating Conservatism
Postwar Words that Made an American Movement
Debating Women
Gender, Education, and Spaces for Argument, 1835-1945
Rhetoric and Leadership
Democracy and Counter-Revolution in the Early Republic
Executing Democracy
Volume Two: Capital Punishment and the Making of America, 1835-1843
Executing Democracy
Volume One: Capital Punishment & the Making of America, 1683-1807
Frederick Douglass
Freedom's Voice, 1818-1845
General Eisenhower
Ideology and Discourse
The Good Neighbor
Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Rhetoric of American Power
Imagining China
Rhetorics of Nationalism in an Age of Globalization
In the Wake of Violence
Image & Social Reform
Intertextuality and the 24-Hour News Cycle
A Day in the Rhetorical Life of Colin Powell's U.N. Address
Invoking the Invisible Hand
Social Security and the Privatization Debates
John F. Kennedy and the Liberal Persuasion
Judging the Supreme Court
Constructions of Motives in Bush v. Gore