Presidential Communication

Presidential Communication: Selected full-text books and articles

Presidential Communication: Description and Analysis By Robert E. Denton Jr.; Dan F. Hahn Praeger, 1986
The White House Speaks: Presidential Leadership as Persuasion By Kathy B. Smith; Craig Allen Smith Praeger Publishers, 1994
Presidential Speechwriting: From the New Deal to the Reagan Revolution and Beyond By Kurt Ritter; Martin J. Medhurst Texas A&M University Press, 2003
Political Communication: Politics, Press, and Public in America By Richard M. Perloff Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1998
Librarian's tip: Chap. 6 "Presidential Rhetoric" and Chap. 7 "Presidential Rhetoric: Genres and Impact"
Political Communication in America By Robert E. Denton Jr.; Gary C. Woodward Praeger, 1998 (3rd edition)
Librarian's tip: Chap. 8 "The Presidency"
The Clinton Presidency: Images, Issues, and Communication Strategies By Robert E. Denton Jr.; Rachel L. Holloway Praeger, 1996
Eisenhower's War of Words: Rhetoric and Leadership By Martin J. Medhurst Michigan State University Press, 1994
Harry S. Truman: Presidential Rhetoric By Halford R. Ryan Greenwood Press, 1993
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