Rhetorical Studies of National Political Debates, 1960-1988
Robert V. Friedenberg
Praeger, 1990 - Campaign debates - 223 pages
Eight national political debates, from the Kennedy-Nixon debate in 1960 through to Bush-Dukakis in 1988, are examined in this book. The analysis provides an insight into the role these debates have played in the political process.
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