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He made the same type of disclaimer in writing his 2005 book, The Man Who Changed China: The Life and Legacy of Jiang Zemin (reviewed by Prosser, somewhat suspiciously, both in CRTNET in 2006 and in his 2007 article, "China: Selected Books in English" for Review of Communication).
A February 2002 thread of CRTNET listserv returned to the recurring conversation, debating what kinds of jobs are available to communication majors.
Bringing the authors alive in this manner distinguishes the volume positively from other kinds of current projects in the discipline of rhetoric, such as the recently announced, ten-volume history and criticism of American public address, which claims an implicit distance from its focus of interest, "significant texts or discourses in the American experience" (see CRTNET, December 12, 1995).