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Zarefsky urges students to consider the diversity of audiences, occasions, and speakers and to choose a specific purpose, a relevant topic, and the appropriate material to make their speeches successful. New to This Edition: Expanded coverage of outlining in Chapter 10 with new examples and organization aids in this area often cited as a common struggle for students. Chapter openers have been expanded to include not only a list of objectives for each chapter, but also an opening quotation and an outline, allowing students and instructors to have a quick overview of the material to follow. Special attention is paid to the critical notion of evaluating material available on the Internet. A thoroughly updated photo program gives students a variety of illustrated examples in which to see others—both professional and non-professional—offering public presentations.

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With characteristic precision and historical sensitivity, Zarefsky perspicuously analyzes the argumentative contours of important rhetorical cases in U.

Zarefsky on subjects related to early American political argumentation, the public argumentation of Abraham Lincoln, argumentation in American foreign policy, and American political argumentation since the s. This collection enables a wider audience to enjoy his perceptive critiques. Studying more than two centuries of U. The volume is essential reading for scholars of argumentation and rhetorical history alike.

Taken together, these extraordinary essays chart and explain the linguistic realities that have made American politics from their founding to the present. It is an invaluable collection.

In this collection of his writings over the course of the last 30 years, Zarefsky ranges widely—from the early Republic to the debate over Texas annexation to Lincoln and the Civil War to civil rights rhetoric of the s and on into the Obama era. For those interested in how a master rhetorician wields the tools of critical analysis, I can think of no better introduction. The essays identify and explore important argument dynamics in a wide range of cases including constitutional debates in the early republic, the slavery controversy in the nineteenth century, mid-twentieth century domestic policy debates, and early twenty-first century foreign policy issues.

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David Zarefsky

With characteristic precision and historical sensitivity, Zarefsky perspicuously analyzes the argumentative contours of important rhetorical cases in U. Zarefsky on subjects related to early American political argumentation, the public argumentation of Abraham Lincoln, argumentation in American foreign policy, and American political argumentation since the s. This collection enables a wider audience to enjoy his perceptive critiques. Studying more than two centuries of U. The volume is essential reading for scholars of argumentation and rhetorical history alike. Taken together, these extraordinary essays chart and explain the linguistic realities that have made American politics from their founding to the present. It is an invaluable collection.

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Political Argumentation in the United States

Magistrate Judge Ralph Zarefksy. He enrolled as an undergraduate student at Northwestern University later that year, beginning a highly successful career as an intercollegiate debate competitor. During this period, his teams were regularly recognized as among the best in the nation, with the pair of Eliot Mincberg and Ron Marmer winning the NDT. For example, he "sat for a full half hour reviewing his flow chart" before rendering the pivotal decision in the NDT semifinal round between Harvard University and Loyola University. He also has taught courses in argumentation theory, persuasion, and public speaking.

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