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The President as Interpreter-in-Chief
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The President as Interpreter-in-Chief

  • Mary E. Stuckey - Pennsylvania State University – University Park, USA, Georgia State University, USA, University of Mississippi, USA, University of Iowa, USA


January 1991 | 182 pages | CQ Press
"Stuckey's perceptive study of presidential rhetoric shows how technological changes have emptied presidential discourse of political substance, weakening American democracy. Her fascinating, widely ranging book is essential reading for presidency watchers, media scholars, and everyone who cares about the quality of American politics."

– Doris A. Graber

University of Illinois at Chicago

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ISBN: 9780934540926
£33.99

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