Rhetoric of President Jimmy Carter

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Altenberg, L., and Cathcart, R. (1982). Jimmy Carter on human rights: A thematic analysis. Central States Speech Journal 33, 446-457.

Blair, D. M., & Parry-Giles, S. J. (2004). Rosalynn Carter. In M. M. Wertheimer (Ed.) Inventing a voice (341-364). New York: Rowman & Littlefield.

Blankenship, J. (1976). The search for the 1972 Democratic nomination: A metaphorical perspective. In J. Blankenship & H. Stelzner (Eds.), Rhetoric and communication (pp. 236-60). Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.

Blankenship, S. (1990). Jimmy Carter: An analysis of the symbolic nature of the presidency. Unpublished Honors Thesis, Dept. of Speech Communication, Wake Forest University.

Bostdorff, D. M. (1992). Idealism held hostage: Jimmy Carter's rhetoric on the crisis in Iran. Communication Studies, 43, 14-28.

Brydon, S. R. (1985). The two faces of Jimmy Carter: The transformation of a political debater, 1976 and 1980. Central States Speech Journal, 36, 138-151.

Campbell, J. (1979). Jimmy Carter and the rhetoric of charisma. Central States Speech Journal, 30, 174-186.\

Check, T. (2000). "The Moral Equivalent of War": Jimmy Carter's use of metaphor and mortification in the energy speech of April 18, 1977. T. A. Hollihan (Ed.), Argument at century's end: Reflecting on the past and envisioning the future (pp. 403-410). Annandale, VA: National Communication Association.

Hahn, D. (1980). Flailing the profligate [Carter]. Presidential Studies Quarterly, 10, 583-587.

Hahn, D. F. (1984). The rhetoric of Jimmy Carter, 1976-1980. Presidential Studies Journal, 14, 256-288.

Hahn, D. F., & Gustainis, J. J. (1985). Anatomy of an enigma: Jimmy Carter's 1980 State of the Union Address. Communication Quarterly, 33, 43-49.

Johnstone, C. (1978). Electing ourselves in 1976: Jimmy Carter and the American faith. Western Journal of Speech Communication, 42, 241-249.

Kraig, R. A. (2002). The tragic science: The uses of Jimmy Carter in foreign policy realism. Rhetoric and Public Affairs, 5, 1-30.

Kramer, M. R. (2005). Jimmy Carter's presidential rhetoric: Panama Canal, human rights, and Zimbabwe, Dissertation, University of Minnesota.

Lee. R. (1995). Humility and the political servant: Jimmy Carterís post-presidential rhetoric of virtue and power. Southern Communication Journal, 60, 120-130.

Lee, R. (1995). Electoral politics and visions of community: Jimmy Carter, virtue, and the small town myth. Western Journal of Communication, 59, 39-60.

Lee, R. (1994). Images of civic virtue in the new political rhetoric. In A. H. Miller & B. E. Gronbeck (Eds.), Presidential campaigning and America's self images (pp. 60-81). Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

Lee, R. (1986). The new populist campaign for economic democracy: A rhetorical exploration. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 72, 274-289.

Lee, R. (1988). Moralizing and ideologizing: An analysis of political illocutions. Western Journal of Speech Communication, 52, 291-307.

Patton, J. (1977). A government as good as its people: Jimmy Carter and the restoration of transcendence to politics. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 63, 249-257.

Smith, C. A. (1986). Leadership, orientation, and rhetorical vision: Jimmy Carter, the "New Right," and the Panama Canal. Presidential Studies Quarterly, 16, .

Sudol, R. (1979). The rhetoric of strategic retreat: Jimmy Carter and the Panama Canal debate. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 65, 379-391.

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