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  2. Elliot Heilman
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  1. The National Committee of Patriotic Societies and the Aesthetics of Propaganda
  2. Leslie A. Hahner
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  1. Commemoration Controversy: The Harpers Ferry Raid Centennial as a Challenge to Dominant Public Memories of the U.S. Civil War
  2. Anne C. Kretsinger-Harries
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  1. The Pirate and the Sovereign: Negative Identification and the Constitutive Rhetoric of the Nation-State
  2. Robert Elliot Mills
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  1. Creating a History for Public Speaking Instruction
  2. William Keith, Christian Lundberg
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  1. Dignity for the Freaks
  2. James M. Farrell
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  1. Nineteenth-Century Rhetoric–The Big Problem
  2. J. Michael Sproule
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  1. Cold War Dissent Revisited
  2. Robert L. Ivie
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  1. Remembering the AIDS Quilt ed. by Charles E. Morris III (review)
  2. Jonathan Alexander
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  1. Bioethics, Public Moral Argument, and Social Responsibility ed. by Nancy M. P. King, Michael J. Hyde (review)
  2. Stuart J. Murray
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  1. Rhetorical Style: The Uses of Language in Persuasion by Jeanne Fahnestock (review)
  2. Andrew C. Hansen
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  1. Jimmy Carter, the Politics of Family, and the Rise of the Religious Right by J. Brooks Flippen (review)
  2. Eric C. Miller
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