A history and criticism of American public address, prepared under the auspices of the National association of teachers of speech, William Norwood Brigance, editor.

; Brigance, William Norwood, 1896-1960 ; Hochmuth, Marie, editor
1st ed.. New York, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1943-1955.

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Other Title American public address
Other Authors Brigance, William Norwood, 1896-1960.
Hochmuth, Marie,
Subjects Speeches, addresses, etc., American -- History and criticism.
Speeches, addresses, etc., American.
Series McGraw-Hill series in speech.
Description 3 volumes 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1943-1955.
Notes Vol. 3, without series statement, has imprint: New York, Longmans, Green.
Vols. 1-2 edited by W.N. Brigance; volume 3 edited by M.K. Hochmuth and associates, W.N. Brigance and D. Bryant.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Vol 3. Albert Craig Baird -- The public speeches of Oliver Wendell Holmes -- The speaking of Clarence Darrow -- Harry Emerson Fosdick: a study in sources of effectiveness -- Ralph Washington Sockman: twentieth century circuit rider -- Albert Baird Cummins: an analysis of a logical speaker -- The public speaking of Robert M. La Follette -- Theodore Roosevelt, the preacher militant -- William Jennings Bryan, crusader for the common man -- The speaking of Albert J. Beveridge -- The political speaking of William E. Borah -- Franklin D. Roosevelt, a study in leadership through persuasion -- Thomas E. Dewey: the great Oregon debate of 1948 -- Eugene Victor Debs: spokesman for socialism -- Ralph Bunche, negro spokesman -- The reporter as orator: Edward R. Murrow.
Vol. 1. The colonial period -- The early national period, 1788-1860 -- The later national period, 1860-1930 -- Woman's introduction to the American platform -- The teaching of rhetoric in the United States during the classical period of education -- Jonathan Edwards -- Theodore S. Parker -- Henry Ward Beecher -- Phillips Brooks -- Wendell Phillips -- Robert G. Ingersoll -- Henry W. Grady -- Booker T. Washington -- Rufus Choate -- Jeremiah S. Black -- William M. Evarts -- Vol. 2. Ralph Waldo Emerson -- Charles W. Eliot -- Edwin A. Alderman -- Samuel Gompers -- Patrick Henry -- Henry Clay -- John C. Calhoun -- Daniel Webster -- William L. Yancey -- Charles Sumner -- Stephen A. Douglas -- Abraham Lincoln: His development in the skills of the platform -- Abrahma Lincoln: his emergence as the voice of the people -- James G. Blaine -- William Jennings Bryan -- Albert J. Beveridge -- Robert M. La Follette -- Woodrow Wilson.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4622592
(OCoLC)ocm04622592
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