Katherine Graham and What the Washington Post is About Now

  Davis, Deborah. Katharine the Great: Katharine Graham and her Washington Post Empire. 3rd ed., Sheridan Square Press, 1991. Background and Argument: In Deborah Davis’ biography, Katharine the Great: Katharine Graham and her Washington Post Empire, she tells the story of Katharine Graham and how she built The Washington Post to be the nation newspaper we […]

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Annotated Bibliography 7&8

“Phil’s Stock World.” Phil’s Stock World [Phil’s Stock World – BLOG]; Chatham, 1 Jan. 2017. In Phil’s Stock World article regarding the Washington Post being caught spreading fake news about “Russian Hackers,” the article focuses on the questionable credibility of the national news source. Argument: This source helps my research by providing an argumentative viewpoint […]

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The Washington Post Needed to Upgrade

Looking at the images of the new headquarters of the Washington Post, I can’t help but wonder if the newly installed interactive technology enough to make up for the atmosphere of the old, yet monumental, headquarters? In some way it is understandable to renovate the floor plan of the headquarters into a more technologically advanced […]

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Seeking Common Ground

In David Flemings’ book, City of Rhetoric, he explores the meaning of a common place and the Edward Soja’s sociospatial dialectic. He defines commonplaces as places “ that could balance our often-conflicting needs for unity and diversity, accessibility and power, belonging and anonymity” (Fleming 180). In other words, it is any physical location or structure that […]

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Home Shouldn’t Have to be Temporary

Seven: Home: 1230 North Burling Street  Fleming opens the discussion with the previously analyzed proposals of suburbia and new urbanism and then transitions into the additional proposal of homes, using a widely believed statement; which explains that the poor are placed into a designated location in order to “prevent their exerting power” (Fleming 149). The […]

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