Thursday, September 2, 2010

Political Communication Reviews Eloquence and Reason

Kevin Barnhurst and John Nerone, communications experts at the University of Illinois-Chicago and University of Illinois-Champaign respectively, have reviewed Eloquence and Reason for Political Communication.

From the review: "Tsai follows Foucault in seeing history through discourse but also finds political bonds of affection originating in the intent of the American founders. In the 20th century, discourse sustained the First Amendment as an icon in the American political imagination. . . . Tsai offers political communication scholars another lens . . . for examining expressive liberty in action."

The rest of the review can be found here.

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