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Gaffology 101

Robin Lakoff, professor emerita of linguistics | September 16, 2012

The world of the early twenty-first century is one divided by factionalism and suspicion, and connected by new channels of communication that are uneditable, instantaneous, and anonymous. Therefore the most important thing a modern president must know in order to be effective is how to use language,  both interpretively and actively, both domestically and globally. … Continue reading »