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Eastern Illinois University

1969

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A Rhetorical Analysis Of Robert F. Kennedy's Speaking On The Issue Of Peace In Vietnam, As Revealed In His Kansas Address, "Conflict In Vietnam", Jeanine I. Rishel Jan 1969

A Rhetorical Analysis Of Robert F. Kennedy's Speaking On The Issue Of Peace In Vietnam, As Revealed In His Kansas Address, "Conflict In Vietnam", Jeanine I. Rishel

Masters Theses

Many Americans have marshaled their rhetoric to support or to denounce the Vietnam war. One of the most insistent voices heard was that of Senator Robert F. Kennedy.

Hypothesis. It was the hypothesis of this study that Robert Francis Kennedy’s speaking on the issue of peace in Vietnam was intelligent and responsible.

Statement of Purpose. The purpose of this study was to test the hypothesis by analyzing and evaluating “Conflict in Vietnam,” a speech delivered by Robert Kennedy in Manhattan, Kansas on March 18, 1968. This particular speech was selected for the following reasons: (1) The speech stated a ...


A General Semantics Model For Speech Evaluation, Harold Lee Drake Jan 1969

A General Semantics Model For Speech Evaluation, Harold Lee Drake

Masters Theses

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