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Table of Contents
|Reading, Writing, and Rhetorical Choice|
|Questions of Purpose, Topic, and Point|
|Questions of Audience, Evidence, Method, Organization, Style, and Design|
|Analyzing People and Culture|
|Speech Communication: Analyzing Audience?|
|Writing in Speech Communication : Speech to the Annual White House Prayer Breakfast, September 11, 1998, President William Clinton|
|Notes on Grammar, Style, and Rhetoric : "Senten|
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