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Communication in Politics Essays
The Political Undertones in Letter from Birmingham Jail by Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Hellenistic Ideals in the Memorable Funerary Oration of Pericles
The Charisma of Adolf Hitler and the Success of the Nazi Propaganda in Germany
The Impact of Media Platforms and Texts on Activism and Transnational Political Communities
The Interest of Russia in Its Foreign Policy from 1992
An Examination of the Foreign Policy of President Donald Trump
A Literary Analysis of the War Speeches and Addresses of Roosevelt and Chamberlain During World War II
War, Politics and Realism in the Inaugural Address of John F. Kennedy
A Literary Analysis of the Crisis of Confidence Speech of Jimmy Carter
Finding the Purpose in Life in What is Your Life's Blue Print, a Speech by Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Public Speaking Skills of Barack Obama
The Goal of the Writing of the Letter from Birmingham City Jail and the Successful Use of Pathos, Logos, and Egos by Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Reliance of Individuals on Data Collection, the Insight of Group, Networked Digital Media, Collective Wisdom, and Superiority of Democracy
A Reflection on the Benefits and Drawbacks of Censorship
Comparing the Similarities and Differences Between Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Letter from Birmingham Jail and Malcolm X's Letter from Mecca
An Analysis of the Women Equality Speech of Hilary Clinton in Beijing, China in 1995
An Analysis of Martin Luther King's Speech on the US Involvement in the Vietnam War
Transforming America for the Best in the Speech of Barack Obama
The Effective Use of Repetition and Inclusive Pronouns in the Yes We Can Speech of Barack Obama
The Controversial Censoring of Books by the Government
The Use of Ethos in the Speech of President Ronald W. Reagan on the Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster in 1986
Is the Communication Used in Public Relations Persuasive or Propagandist?
A Rhetorical Perspective of the Infamy Speech of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt