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Unformatted text preview: wrong relatable to the public. We all make mistakes. 4. Martha Stewarts decision to go to jail early was extremely beneficial for her. By doing this she admitted guilt without G a u t h i e r | 2 speaking the words, and the public saw her as a hero afterwards. It showed that not even the elite can escape punishment entirely, again showing her more human side by demonstrating a desire to want to pay the price for her mistakes. 5. Stewart should continue to keep open dialogue with the public, if people feel they “know” her they will begin to or continue to trust her. 6. Stewart should definitely admit guilt. At the end of the day no one buys that nothing funny happened. It’s a little pretentious for her to believe that the truth is not important, given actions speak louder than words and in a way her actions were an admission of guilt, coming out and saying it as well would really raise her credibility even more....
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- Spring '10
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