Table of contents for Rhetoric and the republic : politics, civic discourse, and education in early America / Mark Garrett Longaker.

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List of Tables	000
Introduction: Now that We're Civic	000
Introduction / Rhetorical Education: An Articulated Site of Hegemony / 
Key Sites of Articulation: Rhetorical Publicity and Rhetorical Pedagogy 
/ Conclusion
1. One Republic, Many Republicanisms: Early American Political 
Discourse and Publicity	000
Introduction / Republican Publicity and Political Discourse: The 
Rhetorical Perimeters of Republicanism / Republicanism and Laissez-
Faire Capitalism: Political Discourse, Publicity, and Economics / 
Hegemony and Republican Rhetorical Strategy / Conclusion
2. One Republic, Many Paideiai: Political Discourse, Publicity, and 
Education in Early America	000
Introduction / Politics and Paideia before Republicanism / The King's 
College Controversy: Republican Education Contested / A Federal 
English: Rhetorical Paideia for Federalist Interests / Politics, 
Pedagogy, and Economics / Benjamin Franklin's Bourgeois Republican 
Paideia / John Quincy Adams's Bourgeois Republican Paideia and the Era 
of Good Feelings / The Edges of Republican Rhetorical Paideiai / 
3. Yale 17011817	000
Introduction / Connecticut Political Economy, 170040 / The Old 
Order: Rhetoric at Yale before 1740 / Democratic Populism and 
Authoritarian Backlash: Thomas Clap's Legacy, 174066 / Connecticut 
Political Economy after 1760 / Rhetorical Education at Yale, 176677 
/ Yale during and after the Revolution: Rhetoric under Ezra Stiles / 
Timothy Dwight Returns to Yale: Belletrism, Puritanism, and Federalism 
/ Conclusion
4. King's College/Columbia and the College of Philadelphia/University 
of Pennsylvania, 17541800	000
Introduction / King's College, 175477 / The College of Philadelphia, 
175579 / Columbia University, 17871800 / The University of 
Pennsylvania, 17951813 / Conclusion
5. The College of New Jersey, 17461822
Introduction / Presbyterianism and the New Jersey Bourgeoisie / John 
Witherspoon's Republican Rhetorical Education / Witherspoon's Bourgeois 
Liberal Republican Paideia / Witherspoon's Ascriptive, Liberal, 
Republican Paideia / Witherspoon's Republican Rhetorical Legacy / 
Conclusion: We Are All Republicans	000
Introduction / Liberalism and the Present Hegemony / The Republican 
Challenge to Liberal Hegemony
Notes	000
Works Cited	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching -- United States.
Rhetoric -- Study and teaching -- United States.
Rhetoric -- Political aspects -- United States.
English language -- United States -- Rhetoric.
Rhetoric -- Social aspects -- United States.
Education, Higher -- United States -- History -- 18th century.
United States -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.