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1. The Political Image Management Dynamics of President Bill Clinton 1 Kenneth L. Hacker, Maury Giles, and Aja Guerrero 2. Clinton's Public Relations Nightmares Begin 39 John C. Tedesco 3. Clinton's Televised Town Hall Meetings as a Political Strategy: The Illusion of Control 61 Rachel L. Holloway 4. Behind Their Skirts: Clinton and Women Voters 91 Mary Christine Banwart and Lynda Lee Kaid 5. From First Lady to United States Senator: The Role and Power of Image in the Transmogrifying of Hillary Rodham Clinton 113 Judith S. Trent and Cady Short-Thompson 6. Seven Lessons from President Clinton's Race Initiative: A Post-Mortem on the Politics of Desire 143 Patricia A. Sullivan and Steven R. Goldzwig 7. Bill Clinton in Rhetorical Crisis: The Six Stages of Scandal and Impeachment 173 Craig Allen Smith 8. Resurrecting the Clinton Presidency: A Linguistic Profile 195 Roderick P Hart and J. Kanan Sawyer 9. Clinton's Rhetoric of Contrition 219 Ronald Lee and Matthew H. Barton 10. The Framing of Network News Coverage During the First Three Months of the Clinton-Lewinsky Scandal 247 Kate M. Kenski 11. The Rhetoric of Presidential Approval: Media Polling and the White House Intern Scandal 271 J. Michael Hogan 12. William Jefferson Clinton and the Symbolic Dimensions of the American Presidency: Issues of Character and Public Trust 299 Robert E. Denton, Jr.Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Clinton, Bill, 1946- Language, Clinton, Bill, 1946- Impeachment, Clinton, Bill, 1946- Public opinion, United States Politics and government 1993-2001, Scandals Political aspects United States History 20th century, Communication in politics United States History 20th century, Rhetoric Political aspects United States History 20th century, Political oratory United States History 20th century, Public relations and politics United States History 20th century, Public opinion United States History 20th century, English language United States Rhetoric