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Fusfield, William D. – Quarterly Journal of Speech, 1997
Argues that 19th-century "declarative"/"reiterative" rhetoric derives theoretical authorization from the 82nd "Athenaum Fragment" of Friedrich Schlegel. Analyzes content and rhetorical structure of Schlegel's polemical/reiterative rejection of "philosophical and scientific demonstration." Discusses the…
Descriptors: Content Analysis, Demonstrations (Science), Rhetoric, Rhetorical Criticism
Graham, Hugh Davis – 1983
Archive-based historical analysis brings a perspective to policy studies that is lacking in individual case studies. The recently opened Kennedy and Johnson archives facilitate an internal analysis of the evolution of education policy formulation in the 1960s from the perspective of the executive branch. The central thread of continuity for such…
Descriptors: Advisory Committees, Advocacy, Archives, Decision Making
Lippman, Harold B., Ed.; Van Meter, Elena, Ed. – 1977
Six pamphlets provide the springboard for community discussion on constitutional history by summarizing the main themes of seminars sponsored by the League of Women Voters. The "Federalist Papers" were used as a point of departure to promote discussion on the continued efficacy of the political principles and structures established in…
Descriptors: Citizen Participation, Community Involvement, Community Programs, Constitutional History