1. Abraham Lincoln’s Second Annual Message to Congress and Public Policy Advocacy for African Colonization
  2. Bjørn F. Stillion Southard
  3. pp. 387-415
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  1. The Judicial Character of Late Liberal Prudence: Paul v. Davis
  2. Timothy Barouch
  3. pp. 417-446
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  1. Driving the Three-Horse Team of Government: Kairos in FDR’s Judiciary Fireside Chat
  2. Donovan Bisbee
  3. pp. 481-521
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  1. Points of Difference in the Study of More-than-Human Rhetorical Ontologies
  2. Joshua P. Ewalt
  3. pp. 523-538
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  1. The Public Image: Photography and Civic Spectatorship by Robert Hariman, John Louis Lucaites (review)
  2. Laurie E. Gries
  3. pp. 539-542
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  1. Violent Subjects and Rhetorical Cartography in the Age of the Terror Wars by Heather Ashley Hayes (review)
  2. Timothy Barney
  3. pp. 543-546
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  1. The Rhetorics of US Immigration: Identity, Community, Otherness ed. by Johanna Hartelius (review)
  2. Jennifer J. Asenas, Kevin A. Johnson
  3. pp. 547-550
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  1. Representing Ebola: Culture, Law, and Public Discourse about the 2013–2015 West African Ebola Outbreak by Marouf A. Hasian Jr. (review)
  2. Skye de Saint Felix
  3. pp. 551-554
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  1. Tongue of Fire: Emma Goldman, Public Womanhood, and the Sex Question by Donna M. Kowal (review)
  2. Kate Zittlow Rogness
  3. pp. 555-558
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  1. Secret Habits: Catholic Literacy Education for Women in the Early Nineteenth Century by Carol Mattingly (review)
  2. Sara A. Mehltretter Drury
  3. pp. 559-562
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  1. The Southern Manifesto: Massive Resistance and the Fight to Preserve Segregation by John Kyle Day (review)
  2. Davis W. Houck
  3. pp. 563-566
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  1. A Revolution in Tropes: Alloiostrophic Rhetoric ed. by Jane S. Sutton, Mari Lee Mifsud (review)
  2. Jaime Lane Wright
  3. pp. 567-570
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