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  • Rhetorical Analysis of Dean’s Speech

    Posted by Jay Manifold on December 19th, 2003 (All posts by )

    The definitive, not to say exhaustive, analysis of Dean’s foreign policy speech is now up over on Warning: nearly 6,000 words; reading time > 20 minutes, and that’s if you don’t follow any of the links to sources or definitions of rhetorical terms. It’s dirty work, but I guess somebody’s got to do it. ;)


    2 Responses to “Rhetorical Analysis of Dean’s Speech”

    1. Fututor Says:

      New here (referred from Balloon Juice), and already off-subject. I’m a Chicagoan, and I’m wondering which of the contributors here are as well? I wonder only because it would be good to know some more people who are right-of-center in Chicago (a rare breed we are).

    2. Jonathan Says:


      Nice to hear from you. A couple of us live in Chgo (I used to). We had a public get-together in November and will probably have another one in the future.

      I know what you mean about being part of a rare breed, but (in my experience anyway) you can find kindred spirits if you look for them.