1. The Catastrophe to Come: Prefiguring Hurricane Katrina's Public Memory through the Anxious Melancholic Rhetoric of "The Big One"
  2. Jeremy R. Grossman
  3. pp. 417-453
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  1. Reagan and Israel: Heroic Democracy in the Holy Land
  2. Randall Fowler
  3. pp. 455-493
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  1. A Technocratic Machine: The Memex as Rhetorical Invention
  2. Katie P. Bruner
  3. pp. 495-526
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  1. Racial Reconciliation Revisited
  2. John B. Hatch
  3. pp. 527-528
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  1. (Re)-Signing Reconciliation: Reading Obama's Charleston Eulogy through a Rhetorical Theory of Adaptive Racism
  2. Mark Lawrence McPhail
  3. pp. 529-552
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  1. The Complicity of Racial and Rhetorical Pessimism: The Coherence and Promise of the Long Civil Rights Movement
  2. David A. Frank
  3. pp. 553-586
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  1. "Childish Things": Tragic Conservatism, White Evangelicalism, and The Challenge of Racial Reconciliation
  2. John B. Hatch
  3. pp. 587-616
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  1. Eloquence Divine: In Search of God's Rhetoric by Philip Arrington Eugene (review)
  2. William T. Fitzgerald
  3. pp. 617-619
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  1. Uncomfortable Situations: Emotion Between Science and the Humanities by Daniel M. Gross (review)
  2. Kyle Jensen
  3. pp. 620-623
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  1. Imagining China: Rhetorics of Nationalism in an Age of Globalization ed. by Stephen J. Hartnett, Lisa B. Keränen, and Donovan Conley (review)
  2. Dongjing Kang
  3. pp. 624-627
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  1. Logos Without Rhetoric: Arts of Language before Plato ed. by Robin Reames (review)
  2. Wilfred E. Major
  3. pp. 628-631
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  1. The Keys of Power: The Rhetoric and Politics of Transcendentalism by Nathan Crick (review)
  2. Sean Ross Meehan
  3. pp. 632-634
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