Churchill's 'Machiavellian Moment': The Negotiation of Anxiety in 'The War Situation I'
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In Rhetoric and Community, seventeen leading scholars of rhetoric and discourse join forces to explore an area of growing scholarly interest - how rhetoric defines, rallies, polarizes, and marginalizes specific communities. Contributors to the volume consider such contentious issues as how individuals are forged into "communities"; what sustains vibrant, constructive communities; how communities become fragmented; and what leads to divisions of race, class, and gender, the rhetoric of hatred and violence, or failures of public discussion to resolve common problems.
Jasinski, James. "Churchill's 'Machiavellian Moment': The Negotiation of Anxiety in 'The War Situation I'," in Hogan, J M. eds., Rhetoric and Community: Studies in Unity and Fragmentation. Columbia, S.C: University of South Carolina Press, 1998. Print.