Donald C. Bryant
Donald C. Bryant (1905-1987) studied speech and English at Cornell University. He taught at the high school and university levels; he was a professor at New York State College for Teachers, Washington University, and University of Iowa. He was an editor for The Quarterly Journal of Speech for one term and the president of the Speech Communication Association. He is known for defining the function of rhetoric as, “Adjusting ideas to people and people to ideas.”
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