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JAC Audio Interview: Mary Belenky

JAC Audio Interview: Mary Belenky

Date: 1990
Creator: Ashton-Jones, Evelyn; Thomas, Dene Kay & Belenky, Mary Field
Description: JAC interview with Mary Belenky discussing collaboration, composition, and women's ways of knowing in relation to writing, philosophy, and rhetoric.
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JAC Audio Interview: Michael Eric Dyson

JAC Audio Interview: Michael Eric Dyson

Date: 1997
Creator: Dobrin, Sidney I. & Dyson, Michael Eric
Description: JAC interview of Michael Eric Dyson discussing race and multiculturalism in relation to writing, philosophy, and rhetoric.
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JAC Audio Interview: Noam Chomsky

JAC Audio Interview: Noam Chomsky

Date: 1991
Creator: Olson, Gary A.; Faigley, Lester & Chomsky, Noam
Description: JAC interview with Noam Chomsky discussing radical politics in relation to language, writing, philosophy, and rhetoric
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JAC Audio Interview: Paulo Freire

JAC Audio Interview: Paulo Freire

Date: 1992
Creator: Olson, Gary A. & Freire, Paulo, 1921-1997
Description: JAC interview of Paulo Freire discussing critical literacy and pedagogy in relation to writing, philosophy, and rhetoric.
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JAC Audio Interview: Richard Rorty

JAC Audio Interview: Richard Rorty

Date: 1989
Creator: Olson, Gary A. & Rorty, Richard
Description: JAC interview of Richard Rorty discussing social constructionism in relation to writing, philosophy, and rhetoric.
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JAC Audio Interview: Sandra Harding

JAC Audio Interview: Sandra Harding

Date: 1995
Creator: Hirsh, Elizabeth; Olson, Gary A. & Harding, Sandra G.
Description: JAC interview of Sandra Harding discussing feminism and science in relation to writing, philosophy, and rhetoric.
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JAC Audio Interview: Slavoj Zizek

JAC Audio Interview: Slavoj Zizek

Date: 2001
Creator: Olson, Gary A.; Worsham, Lynn & Žižek, Slavoj
Description: JAC interview of Slavoj Zizek discussing his work in relation to writing, philosophy, and rhetoric.
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JAC Audio Interview: Stanley Fish

JAC Audio Interview: Stanley Fish

Date: 1992
Creator: Olson, Gary A. & Fish, Stanley Eugene
Description: JAC interview of Stanley Fish discussing writing, philosophy, and rhetoric
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JAC Audio Interview: Stephen Toulmin

JAC Audio Interview: Stephen Toulmin

Date: 1993
Creator: Olson, Gary A. & Toulmin, Stephen, 1922-2009
Description: JAC interview of Stephen Toulmin discussing postmodernity and rationalism in relation to writing, philosophy, and rhetoric.
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Jacksonian Democracy and the Electoral College:  Politics and Reform in the Method of Selecting Presidential Electors, 1824-1833

Jacksonian Democracy and the Electoral College: Politics and Reform in the Method of Selecting Presidential Electors, 1824-1833

Date: May 2001
Creator: Thomason, Lisa
Description: The Electoral College and Jacksonian Democracy are two subjects that have been studied extensively. Taken together, however, little has been written on how the method of choosing presidential electors during the Age of Jackson changed. Although many historians have written on the development of political parties and the increase in voter participation during this time, none have focused on how politicians sought to use the method of selecting electors to further party development in the country. Between 1824 and 1832 twelve states changed their methods of choosing electors. In almost every case, the reason for changing methods was largely political but was promoted in terms of advancing democracy. A careful study of the movement toward selecting electors on a general ticket shows that political considerations in terms of party and/or state power were much more important than promoting democratic ideals. Despite the presence of a few true reformers who consistently pushed for a constitutional amendment guaranteeing that all states used the same method, the conclusion must be that politics and party demanded a change. This study relies heavily on legislative records at both the state and national level and newspapers throughout t the country from the period. Beginning with a ...
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