A Study of George Canning's Sustained Campaign for the Recognition of Latin America from 1822-1826

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This thesis analyzes George Canning's persuasive campaign to gain British recognition of Latin America. The modification of an exigence capable of change through persuasion was emphasized, and the audiences which had the power to bring about the change were identified. The campaign was broken into seven discernible, but dependent, stages which were examined to test the progress of the campaign. Canning was the prime mover of the campaign, and through a series of petitions, speeches, and press releases plus other strategic maneuvers, gained the necessary public and political support to successfully achieve his goal.

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Prior, John B. December 1976.

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This thesis analyzes George Canning's persuasive campaign to gain British recognition of Latin America. The modification of an exigence capable of change through persuasion was emphasized, and the audiences which had the power to bring about the change were identified. The campaign was broken into seven discernible, but dependent, stages which were examined to test the progress of the campaign. Canning was the prime mover of the campaign, and through a series of petitions, speeches, and press releases plus other strategic maneuvers, gained the necessary public and political support to successfully achieve his goal.

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Prior, John B. A Study of George Canning's Sustained Campaign for the Recognition of Latin America from 1822-1826, thesis, December 1976; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc663033/: accessed October 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .