In this issue:
The Influence of Patrick Henry's "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death" on Malcolm X's "The Ballot or the Bullet" by Nick Miale
War Justification Rhetoric of President George W. Bush by Anna Pape
Rhetorical Analysis of Thomas E. Franklin's "Ground Zero Spirit" as an Iconic Photograph by Janet Lang
Verbal Depiction of the Visual: The Confederate Monument at Shiloh National Military Park by Dalisa Carpenter
A Scene Function Model Analysis of Television's Cult Hit "Lost" by Adam-Scott Donovan
Superman Goes to War: Heroes, Enemies, and the Manipulation of Perception by Michael Soha
The Pursuit of Equal Representation: A Study of the Clamshell Alliance and Coverage in "The New York Times" by Joseph Schena
Effects of Negative Political Advertisements by Kathryn Costello
Social Construction: A Family Approach by Caitlin Bergin
Final Observation by Mark Avery
And Nothing But the Truthiness: How "The Daily Show" and "The Colbert Report's" Rhetoric of Humor Has Revitalized Public Discourse by Lindsey Charles
"Comm-entary, Spring 2007 - Full Issue,"
Comm-entary: Vol. 3:
1, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholars.unh.edu/comm-entary/vol3/iss1/1