Presidential Debates

Presidential Debates: Selected full-text books and articles

Inside the Presidential Debates: Their Improbable Past and Promising Future By Newton N. Minow; Craig L. Lamay University of Chicago Press, 2008
The Great Debates: Kennedy vs. Nixon, 1960 By Sidney Kraus Indiana University Press, 1977
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The Great Debates: Carter vs. Ford, 1976 By Sidney Kraus Indiana University Press, 1979
Candidates in Conflict: Persuasive Attack and Defense in the 1992 Presidential Debates By William L. Benoit; William T. Wells University of Alabama Press, 1996
In Pursuit of the White House 2000: How We Choose Our Presidential Nominees By William G. Mayer Seven Bridges Press, 2000
Librarian's tip: Chap. Seven "The Role of Televised Debates in the Presidential Nominating Process"
Audience Perceptions of Politeness and Advocacy Skills in the 2000 and 2004 Presidential Debates By Dailey, William O.; Hinck, Edward A.; Hinck, Shelly S Argumentation and Advocacy, Vol. 41, No. 4, Spring 2005
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