Making and Unmaking the Prospects for Rhetoric: Selected Papers from the 1996 Rhetoric Society of America Conference

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much as sky and practice the rhetoric of reconciliation. Thus a theory and practice of rhetoric for the future will be a zone rhetoric, aware of the rhetorics of the past, their power and their use of power, but conscious as well of the way rhetoric can help us all become polycultural through ceremony and celebration.


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Guillermo Lux and Maurilio E. Vigil claim that "the gods of Aztlan must be Indian. . . . Today the huelgas (labor strikes), the processions, and other solemn occasions of the Chicanos are conducted under the sacred banner of the brown Virgen de Guadalupe, the patron saint of the Mexican campesino, who is the Christian counterpart of the gentle Indian goddess Tonantzin. Tonantizin was worshipped at the place where the Basilica of the Virgen de Guadalupe now stands in the Valley of Mexico" (100-01).

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