Vol. 53 Nbr. 1-2, June 2017
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- Editor's comment.
- Deactivating the state of exception: imagining a popular trial for Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
- Skylar's Law: memorial crime policy and mediating argument spheres.
- The Supreme Court cleans the air: legal and scientific standards for argument in Massachusetts v. EPA.
- Ada Deer and the Menominee restoration: rethinking Native American protest rhetoric.
- Debating war: why arguments opposing American wars and interventions fail.
- The troubled rhetoric and communication of climate change: the argumentative situation.
- Civic education in competitive speech and debate.
- The counterfeit presentment: an early 20th century model of intercollegiate debate as civic education.
- Fragmentation and rapprochement: the case for paradigm collaboration.
- Serving our students: rethinking novice debate.
- Reflections on the 2014 celebration of women in debate tournament at George Mason University.
- Making debate more inclusive for the student-veteran debater.
- The rhetoric and poetics of speech and debate: resituating and re-disciplining literary argument.