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Index to Rhetoric & Public Affairs: Volume 1 (1998)—Volume 15 (2012)
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1.1 (Spring, 1998)

“The Discursive Performance of Femininity: Hating Hillary”
Karlyn Kohrs Campbell
1–20
“Consistency and Change in Lincoln’s Rhetoric about Equality”
David Zarefsky
21–44
“The World in a Word: The Rise and Fall of Détente”
H.W. Brands
45–60
“Cicero’s Pro Murena and the Strong Case for Rhetoric”
Michael Leff
61–88
“Reading Conventions: Political Stories from 1988”
Wayne Fields
89–116
“Looking for the Public in the Private: American Lives, Un-American Activities”
Thomas W. Benson
117–29

1.2 (Summer, 1998)

“The Rhetorical Ancestry of the Declaration of Independence”
Stephen E. Lucas
143–84
“From ‘Midcentury’ to Fin-de-Siècle: The Exhaustion of the Presidential Image”
Bruce Miroff
185–99
“‘To Lend a Hand’: Gerald R. Ford, Watergate, and the White House Speechwriters”
Thomas W. Benson
201–25
“Dwight D. Eisenhower’s ‘Chance for Peace’: Quest or Crusade?”
Robert L. Ivie
227–43
“Writing Speeches for Ronald Reagan: An Interview with Tony Dolan”
Martin J. Medhurst
245–56
“Tales of the Text: Orginalism, Theism, and the History of the U.S. Constitution”
James Arnt Aune
257–79

1.3 (Fall, 1998)

“What Would Be Prudent? Forms of Reasoning in World Politics”
Robert Hariman & Francis A. Beer
299–330
“The Bodies of August: Photographic Realism and Controversy at the National Air and Space Museum”
Bryan C. Taylor
331–62
“Atomic Memories of the Enola Gay: Strategies of Remembrance at the National Air and Space Museum”
Bryan Hubbard & Marouf A. Hasian Jr
363–85
“‘In My Own Hand Writing’: Benjamin Banneker Addresses the Slaveholder of Monticello”
Angela G. Ray
387–405
“Sinners in the Hands of an Angry Goldhagen: A Narrative of Guilt and Redemption”
Robert P. Newman
407–24
“Is It Really That Simple? A Response to Goldhagen (and Newman)”
Randall L. Bytwerk
425–33
“Talking about the Earth: On the Growing Significance of Environmental Communication Studies”
Stephen P. Depoe
435–48

1.4 (Winter, 1998)

Guest Editor: John Angus Campbell, Special Issue on the Intelligent Design Argument
“Intelligent Design, Darwinism, and the Philosophy of Public Education”
John Angus Campbell
469–502
“Reinstating Design within Science”
William A. Dembski
503–18
“DNA by Design: An Inference to the Best Explanation for the Origin of Biological Information”
Stephen C. Meyer
519–56
“Some Things in Biology Don’t Make Sense in the Light of Evolution”
Jonathan Wells & Paul A. Nelson
557–63
“Intelligent Design as an Alternative Explanation for the Existence of Biomolecular Machines”
Michael J. Behe
565–70
“Intelligent Design and Irreducible Complexity: A Rejoinder”
David Depew
571–78
“Intelligent Dasein”
John Lyne
579–85
“The Rhetorical Problem of Intelligent Design”
Phillip E. Johnson
587–92
“The Rhetoric of Intelligent Design: Alternatives for Science and Religion”
Celeste Michelle Condit
593–602
“An Intelligent Person’s Guide to Intelligent Design Theory”
Steve Fuller
603–10
“Biochemical Complexity: Emergence or Design?”
Bruce H. Weber
611–16
“Intelligent Design: A Look at Some of the Relevant Literature”
Thomas M. Lessl
617–37

2.1 (Spring, 1999)

“Richard Nixon and the Privacy of Public Discourse”
Edwin Black
1–30
“‘A Tunnel at the End of the Light?”: Notes on the Rhetoric of the Great Transformation in Eastern Europe”
Aurelian Craiutu
31–58
“Eisenhower and the Soviets, 1945–1947: Rhetoric and Policy”
Ira Chernus
59–82
“For the Soul of the Supreme Court: Progressivism, Ethics, and ‘Social Justice’ in the 1916 ‘Trial’ of Louis D. Brandeis”
Trevor Parry-Giles
83–106
“Woodrow Wilson’s Fight for the League of Nations: A Reexamination”
Leroy G. Dorsey
107–35
“Memory Agonistes”
Stephen H. Browne
137–47

2.2 (Summer, 1999)

Guest Editor: Steven R. Goldzwig, Special Issue on Civil Rights in the Postmodern Era
“Civil Rights in the Postmodern Era: An Introduction”
Steven R. Goldzwig
171–76
“The Null Persona: Race and the Rhetoric of Silence in the Uprising of ’34”
Dana L. Cloud
177–209
“Harry Truman and the NAACP: A Case Study in Presidential Persuasion on Civil Rights”
Garth E. Pauley
211–41
“The Promise and Failure of President Clinton’s Race Initiative of 1997–1998: A Rhetorical Perspective”
Martín Carcasson & Mitchell F. Rice
243–74
“Rhetoric, Racist Ideology, and Intellectual Leadership”
Carrie Crenshaw...



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