Miller Center Papers - Rhetoric and Political Discourse
The Miller Center Papers is a remarkable historical collection of reminiscences and analyses of American public life made by leading figures in policy-making and politics
spanning the half-century. The Papers is one of the finest documentary collections in the world on U.S. government and politics.
The Miller Center has systematically prepared, organized, edited, and recorded the papers in scores of slim books. The Rhetoric and Political Discourse series is available for download below.
Vol. 1 - The History and Philosophy of Rhetoric and Political Discourse
Vol. 2 - The History and Philosophy of Rhetoric and Political Discourse
Vol. 3 - Rhetoric and the Founders
Vol. 4 - Philanthropy: Private Means, Public Ends
Vol. 5 - Beyond the United Nations: Changing Discourse in International Politics and Law
Vol. 6 - Thinking about Human Rights: Contending Approaches to Human Rights in U.S. Foreign Policy
Vol. 7 - Rhetoric and Public Diplomacy: The Stanton Report Revisited
Vol. 8 - The Idea of Third World Development: Emerging Perspectives in teh United States and Britain, 1900-1950
Vol. 9 - To Form or Preserve a Government: Teh Presidency, Congress and Political Discourse
Vol. 10 - Discourse on Policy-Making: American Foriegn Policy
Vol. 11 - Political Advocacy and Cultural Communication: Oraganizing the National's Public Diplomacy
Vol. 12 - Moral and Political Discourse: Theory and Practice in International Relations
Vol. 13 - National Interest: Rhetoric, Leadership, and Policy
Vol. 14 - Beyond the Cold War: Superpowers at the Crossroads?
Vol. 15 - The Superpowers and the Third World: Turkish-American Relations and Cyprus
Vol. 16 - National Interest and Global Goals
Vol. 17 - Churchill's Rhetoric and Political Discourse
Vol. 18 - The Rhetoric of Modern Statesmanship
Vol. 19 - Discourse and the Two Cultures: Science, Religion and the Humanities
Vol. 20 - Contemporary Politics, Rhetoric and Discourse