Presidential Press Conferences: A Critical Approach

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ABC News/Washington Post February Poll. New York: ABC News/ Washington Post, February 1981. Survey 29.

"ABC Nightline". ABC-TV. January 29, 1981.

"ABC World News Tonight". ABC-TV. January 20, 1981; January 29, 1981; January 30, 1981; February 17, 1981; February 19, 1981; February 24, 1981; March 4, 1981; March 6, 1981; March 9, 1981, March 1, 1986.

"Administration Diversifies the Line on Salvador". New York Times, March 8, 1981, p. E1.

Agnew Spiro. "Excerpts from 1969 Vice Presidential Speeches"." In Nelson Poynter et al., eds., 1969 CQ Almanac, vol. 25. Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly, 1970. P. 1198.

"Agnew's Role". In Nelson Poynter et al., eds., 1969 CQ Almanac, vol. 25. Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly, 1970. P. 1197.

Alter Jonathan. "The President and the Press". Newsweek ( February 6, 1989): 68.

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Baker Russell. "Over East of Quilby". New York Times, March 20, 1982, p. A27.

Black Edwin. Rhetorical Criticism: A Study in Method. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1978.

Boodman Sandra G. "Man Reagan Singled Out Denies Charge". Washington Post, March 21, 1982, pp. A1-A2.

Boyd Gerald N. "U.S. May Seize Some Marcos Money". New York Times, March 1, 1986, p. A7.

Broder David S. "Presidents Should Speak for Themselves". Washington Post, April 17, 1988, p. C7.

-----. "Will This Easy Style Work". Washington Post, February 1, 1989, p. A23.

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