Not quite fifty years ago, in its fourth volume, Speaker and Gavel launched a feature called “Current Criticism.” Under the editorship of Wayne Brockriede, the journal took on an added mission: offering criticism of very recent cases of public address. Rather than traditional scholarly studies, the critiques were moiré like editorials: brief statements of an author’s point of view, with supporting arguments and evidence, ob topics of current interest related to public policy. The best of these essays were collected in a book edited by Robert O. Weiss and Bernard L. Brock and published for DSR-TKA in 1971.
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"Rhetorical Criticism: The Past Fifty Years,"
Speaker & Gavel: Vol. 50
, Article 3.
Available at: https://cornerstone.lib.mnsu.edu/speaker-gavel/vol50/iss2/3