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red meat rhetoric

Rhetoric used by campaigning politicians that is forceful and poignant, as will excite or inflame his or her supporters. The incumbent president, who has so far been somewhat lackluster this campaign delivered a blistering speech last night filled with red meat rhetoric.
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What we need to do is re-examine the powerful rhetoric of political Islam and how and why it is that such rhetoric is still being produced by certain social and political entities.
For years, the study of rhetoric has been overlooked.
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As the art of persuasion, rhetoric has always had a practical orientation, aimed at helping would-be rhetors find the best available means of persuasion in any particular case, but this pragmatism inevitably intertwines with theoretical speculation about the operations of language and thought.
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Rhetoric & Democracy" is a collection of essays arguing this debate, discussing the rise of the use of rhetoric in the past century, and how the roots were planted long ago in the Declaration of Independence.