Volume 6, Number 4, Winter 2003

Table of Contents

From: Rhetoric & Public Affairs

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"Our Mission and Our Moment": George W. Bush and September 11th

pp. 607-632
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Strategies of Illumination: U.S. Network News, Watergate, and the Clinton Affair

pp. 633-656
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Thinking about Rethinking Life and Death: The Character and Rhetorical Function of Dramatic Irony in a Life Ethics Discourse

pp. 657-686
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Global Governance and the Critical Public

pp. 687-708
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Rhetoric, Dialogue, and Performance in Nelson Mandela's "Televised Address on the Assassination of Chris Hani"

pp. 709-735
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Forum

Reconciliation: Building a Bridge from Complicity to Coherence in the Rhetoric of Race Relations

pp. 737-764
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Book Reviews

Review Essay

Witchcraft as Symbolic Action in Early Modern Europe and America

pp. 765-777
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Reviews

War of Words: Language, Politics and 9/11 (review)

pp. 778-780
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Collateral Language: A User's Guide to America's New War (review)

pp. 780-782
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Government's Greatest Achievements: From Civil Rights to Homeland Defense (review)

pp. 782-784
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The Presidency and the Law: The Clinton Legacy (review)

pp. 784-787
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The Clinton Wars: The Constitution, Congress, and War Powers (review)

pp. 787-789
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The Shame of Southern Politics--Essays and Speeches (review)

pp. 789-790
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Judging Lincoln (review)

pp. 790-792
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The Hidden Campaign: FDR's Health and the 1944 Election (review)

pp. 792-794
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Multiculturalism and the Politics of Guilt: Toward a Secular Theocracy (review)

pp. 794-797
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Museum Politics: Power Plays at the Exhibition (review)

pp. 797-799
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