Rhetoric and revolution

an apology for modesty, responsibility, and pragmatism in a post-fascist era
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Although many books have explored Mao's posthumous legacy, none has scrutinized the massive worship that was fostered around him during the Cultural Revolution.

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The term black revolution is used in the broad sense of drastic, immediate change in the social, political, or economic structure.

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Now known to the Chinese as the "ten years of chaos," the Chinese Cultural Revolution (–76) brought death to thousands of Chinese and persecution to millions.

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In the process, his book makes an original contribution to democratic thought. The Rhetoric of Reaction is a delightful handbook for all discussions of public affairs, the welfare state, and the history of social, economic, and political thought, whether conducted by ordinary citizens or academics.

This book critically examines the rhetoric surrounding current trends in the adoption of tropes of interactivity in marketing communication. Concepts such as viral advertising, customer-generated content, brand communities and the whole panoply of Web mediated marketing technologies all have their foundations in an overt positioning of interactivity as the savior of effective marketing.

A Vindication of the Rights of Woman was written against the tumultuous background of the French Revolution and the debates that it spawned in Britain. In a lively and sometimes vicious pamphlet war, now referred to as the Revolution controversy, British political commentators addressed topics ranging from representative government to human rights to the separation of church and state, many of.

This short work situates rhetoric within its cultural context. It serves as a bridge between Greek and Roman rhetoric by explaining the forces that influenced—and were influenced by—rhetoric in this period of social and intellectual revolution. The study of Roman history and the study of Roman rhetoric are often autonomous endeavors.

Reading the Rhetoric of the Revolution E Pluribus Unum It can be difficult to analyze the arguments and techniques used by speakers and writers to persuade their audiences, and that difficulty is compounded when we are trying to interpret texts that were written or spoken over two hundred years ago.

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According to Gordon S. Wood in “Rhetoric and Reality in the America Revolution,” there is a link between American social issues and Revolutionary ideas. When looking at the causes of the American Revolution, American ideas, displayed through their rhetoric, are deeply connected. In Rhetoric of the Chinese Cultural Revolution Xing Lu identifies the rhetorical practices and persuasive effects of the polarizing political language and symbolic practices used by Communist Party leaders to legitimize their use of power and violence to dehumanize people identified as class enemies.

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This book studies the powerful rhetoric of the great pamphlet and the brilliant but enigmatic thought of its author. In fact, Carson seems to have pushed those conceptions as far as mainstream thinking would have permitted; Garb contends that her book “stood at the outer limits of acceptability” for its time.

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56 This liminality is crucial to the rhetoric of revolution surrounding Carson, as it places the undeniably forward-looking aspects of Silent Spring. PART I. THE American Revolution. CHAPTER ONE. RHETORIC and REALITY in the AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

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