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Episode 3--Dr. James Klumpp
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Publish-date-icon October 22, 2012
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EPISODE DESCRIPTION

In this episode:

*Occupy and Egypt as contemporary examples of polar-rejective identification
*Why movements need continual energy--and how they re-energize through communication
*Why the medium matters
*How the way our leaders learned rhetoric in the 1960s affects contemporary rhetoric
*On the variant attractions of unification and polarization

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