Green Talk in the White House: The Rhetorical Presidency Encounters Ecology

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Tarla Rai Peterson
Texas A&M University Press, 2004 - 304 halaman
Presidents since Theodore Roosevelt have addressed the issues of clean air and water, wilderness and wetlands preservation, and the use of natural resources rhetorically in their public addresses and pragmatically in their policies and appointments to pertinent positions. In Green Talk in the White House, noted scholars present an array of approaches to studying environmental rhetoric and the presidency, covering a range of administrations and a diversity of viewpoints.

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Introduction
3
PART I Environmental Rhetoric and the New Frontier
35
PART II Environmental Rhetoric and Political Pragmatism
83
PART III The Environmental President Who Wasnt
155
PART IVPresidentialRhetoric andEnvironmentalGovernance forthe TwentyfirstCentury
231
Contributors
288
Index
289
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