Elwood (Institute for Research on Social Issues, Houston) argues that the war on drugs is a rhetorical, multifaceted public relations campaign designed to enhance the images of specific political figures and to absolve the federal government of responsibility for resolving problems involved with druA dictionary for these times (essay). Time, p. 80. ... (1988). Declaration of independence (1776). InL. S.Kramer (ed. aamp; intro.), Paine and Jefferson on liberty (pp. 63-67). New York: ... Power, ideology, and the war on drugs: Nothing succeeds likeanbsp;...
|Title||:||Rhetoric in the War on Drugs|
|Author||:||William N. Elwood|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1994-01-01|