Margaret Chase Smith: Model Public Servant
A rhetorical study of the selected speeches presented during the political career of the much admired, much honored U.S. Senator from the state of Maine. This study investigates the phenomenal career of the petite, soft-spoken, feminine high school graduate from a small town and working class family.
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