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Episodes in the Rhetoric of Government-Indian Relations Hardcover – April 30, 2002

ISBN-13: 000-0275976130 ISBN-10: 0275976130

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?[l]audable and a welcome addendum to scholary treatments of Native American rhetoric....[P]rofessor Schuetz admirably seeks throughout the book to bring a variety of methodologies to bear on her analysis....[E]pisodes should be a welcome addition to scholars interested in issues of dominance power.?-Rhetoric & Public Affairs

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Janice Schuetz is a Professor of Communication at the University of New Mexico. She is the author of more than 60 articles and book chapters, and the co-author of, among other books, The O.J. Simpson Trials, The Logic of Women on Trial: Communication and Litigation, and Perspectives on Argumentation Theory.
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