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Comparative Media Studies/Writing
The Online Writing and Communication Center at MIT
Research Guide from MIT Libraries
Critically Analyzing Information Sources (Cornell University Library)
Online Resources for the Study of Classical Rhetoric (Southern Illinois University at Carbondale)
The Forest of Rhetoric (silva rhetoricae) (Brigham Young University)
Elements of Rhetoric (Harvard)
A Glossary of Rhetorical Terms (University of Kentucky)
Federal Register: Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents
Rhetorical Resources at Georgia Tech
Plato and His Dialogues
Perseus Digital Library
Rhetoric and Composition
Rhetorical Analysis in Time of War (University of Arizona)
Student Protests, Vietnam (Wake Forest University)
American Top 100 Speeches
International Encyclopedia of Philosophy (University of Tennessee at Martin)
Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy (Texas Tech University)
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