From COMM 455/655 student Montana Puente:

A 2006 article from Rhetoric & Public Affairs mentions JW in conjunction with his work in the Coolidge White House. The article, by Colleen Shogan, argues that Coolidge wrote all of his speeches and JW was actually an editor more than a speechwriter. What’s Shogan’s evidence or source for this conclusion? Citation: Colleen Shogan, “Coolidge and Reagan: The Rhetorical Influence of Silent Cal on the Great Communicator,” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 9 (2006): 215-234.

Advertisements