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Rhetoric & Public Affairs

"Rhetoric & Public Affairs" is a journal that publishes research on the history, theory, and criticism of public discourse.

Stuckey, M. (2018). "Dynasties and Democracy." Rhetoric and Public Affairs.

Stuckey, M. (2017). "American Elections and the Rhetoric of Political Change: Hyperbole, Anger, and Hope in U.S. Politics." Rhetoric and Public Affairs., 20(4), 667-694.

Engels, J. D. (2015). The trouble with ‘public bodies’: On the anti-democratic rhetoric of The Federalist. Rhetoric & Public Affairs, 18(3), 505-538. doi: 10.14321/rhetpublaffa.18.3.0505  

Engels, J. (2015). The trouble with “public bodies”: On the anti-democratic rhetoric of The Federalist. Rhetoric & Public Affairs, 18(3), 505-538. doi: 10.14321/rhetpublaffa.18.3.0505

Vivian, B. (2015). The sight and the sound of Lincoln. Rhetoric & Public Affairs, 18(1), 117-120. doi: 10.14321/rhetpublaffa.18.1.0117

Wilson, K. H. (2015). The intimate and ugly politics of emancipation. Rhetoric & Public Affairs, 18(1), 121-127. doi: 10.14321/rhetpublaffa.18.1.0121

Steudeman, Michael J. “‘The Guardian Genius of Democracy’: The Myth of the Heroic Teacher in Lyndon B. Johnson’s Education Policy Rhetoric, 1964-1966.” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 17 (2014): 477-510. DOI: 10.14321/rhetpublaffa.17.3.0477

Stuckey, M. & S. O’Rourke. 2014. Civility, Democracy, and National Politics, Rhetoric and Public Affairs 17(4): 711-736.

Kretsinger-Harries, A. C. (2014). Commemoration controversy: The Harpers Ferry Raid Centennial as a challenge to dominant public memories of the U.S. Civil War. Rhetoric & Public Affairs, 17(1), 67-103. doi: 10.14321/rhetpublaffa.17.1.0067

Steudeman, Michael J. “Entelechy and Irony in Political Time: The Preemptive Rhetoric of Nixon and Obama.” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 16 (2013): 59-96. DOI: 10.1353/rap.2013.0008


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