Reagan at the Summit: Presidential Public Diplomacy and the Collapse of Soviet Communism (monograph in process for submission to Michigan State University Press).
“Reagan and the U.S.-Soviet Summits: Public Diplomacy, Humanity’s Dignity, and Soviet Communism’s Depravity.” In preparation for inclusion as a chapter in A Rhetorical History of the United States: Volume 8-World War II and the Cold War (under contract with Michigan State University Press).
“Margaret Thatcher: The ‘Iron Lady’ and ‘Feminization’ of the Cold Warrior”
B. Wayne Howell, "Reagan and Reykjavík: Arms Control, SDI, and the Argument from Human Rights," Rhetoric & Public Affairs, 11 (Fall 2008): 389-415.
B. Wayne Howell, “Aristotle,” in The Encyclopedia of Political Communication, ed. Lynda Lee Kaid and Christina Holtz-Bacha. (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2008).
“Continuity & Change in Victory and Concession Speeches: Race, Gender, and Age in the Last Speeches of the 2008 Presidential Election Campaign,” American BehavioralScientist 55 (June 2011): 765-783.
B. Wayne Howell, “Ronald Reagan’s Address at Moscow State University: A Rhetoric of Conciliation and Subversion,” Southern Communication Journal, 68 (December 2003): 107-120.
The Rhetorical Tradition
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