restricted access   Volume 5, Number 3, Fall 2002

Table of Contents

From: Rhetoric & Public Affairs

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Washington's Farewell Address: Distance as Bane and Blessing

pp. 393-407
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"The Circle of Our Felicities": Thomas Jefferson's First Inaugural Address and the Rhetoric of Nationhood

pp. 409-438
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Carving Up Free Exercise: Dissociation and "Religion" in Supreme Court Jurisprudence

pp. 439-458
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Narrative Coherence and Antecedent Ethos in the Rhetoric of Attack Advertising: A Case Study of the Glendening vs. Sauerbrey Campaign

pp. 459-481
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The Politics of Negotiating Public Tragedy: Media Framing of the Matthew Shepard Murder

pp. 483-505
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Forum

Integrating Rhetoric and Journalism to Realize Publics

pp. 507-524
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Review Essay

Race, Rhetoric, and Risk: Revisiting the History of U.S. Civil Rights

pp. 525-536
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Book Reviews

Encyclopedia of Rhetoric (review)

pp. 537-540
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At the Intersection: Cultural Studies and Rhetorical Studies (review)

pp. 540-544
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In the Name of the Father: The Rhetoric of the New Southern Baptist Convention (review)

pp. 544-546
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Roe v. Wade: The Abortion Rights Controversy in American History (review)

pp. 546-548
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The Private Roots of Public Action: Gender, Equality, and Political Participation (review)

pp. 548-549
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The Permanent Campaign and Its Future (review)

pp. 549-551
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What's the Matter with the Internet? (review)

pp. 552-554
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Writing Workplace Cultures: An Archaeology of Professional Writing (review)

pp. 554-556
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Impossible Witnesses: Truth, Abolitionism, and Slave Testimony (review)

pp. 556-559
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Anti-Indianism in Modern America: A Voice from Tatekeya's Earth (review)

pp. 559-561
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The Correspondence of John Cotton (review)

pp. 562-564
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