Table of contents for The rhetorical presidency of George H.W. Bush / edited by Martin J. Medhurst.

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Contents
Preface	000
Acknowledgments	000
Chapter 1. Why Rhetoric Matters: George Bush in the White House	000
By Martin J. Medhurst
Chapter 2. George Bush's Struggle with the "Vision Thing"	000
By Catherine L. Langford
Chapter 3. And the Wall Came Tumbling Down: Bush's Rhetoric of Silence during German Reunification	000
By William Forrest Harlow
Chapter 4. Agency and Agent in George Bush's Gulf War Rhetoric	000
By Rachel Martin Harlow
Chapter 5. The New World Order: President Bush and the Post-Cold War Era	000
By Roy Joseph
Chapter 6. Political Truancy: George Bush's Claim to the Mantle of "Education President"	000
By Holly G. McIntush
Chapter 7. Prudence, Procrastination, or Politics: George Bush and the Earth Summit of 1992	000
By Martín Carcasson
Chapter 8. George Bush and the Religious Right	000
By Amy Tilton Jones
Chapter 9. Economically Speaking: George Bush and the Price of Perception	000
By Wynton C. Hall
Afterword: Evaluating the Rhetorical Presidency of George Bush	000
By Martin J. Medhurst
List of Contributors	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Bush, George, 1924- -- Oratory.
Bush, George, 1924- -- Language.
Rhetoric -- Political aspects -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Communication in politics -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
Political leadership -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
United States -- Politics and government -- 1989-1993.