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Unformatted text preview: Leah Smith #8 Rhetorical Context Chart CO300 Article Title Publication article was originally printed in. Who reads the publication? And, how do you know? Who is the author? What are the credentials of the author? Friedman’s “No Fooling Mother Nature” May 4, 2010 New York Times The New York Times has a very large reading population. On the advertise page it has several categories such as business, arts, womens, national web, and international web all of which are the type of people who read the New York Times paper. “Thomas L. Friedman won the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for commentary, his third Pulitzer for The New York Times. He became the paper's foreign-affairs columnist in 1995. Previously, he served as chief economic correspondent in the Washington bureau and before that he was the chief White House correspondent. In 2005, Mr. Friedman was elected as a member of the Pulitzer Prize Board. Mr. Friedman joined The Times in 1981 and was appointed Beirut bureau chief in 1982. In 1984 Mr. Friedman was transferred from Beirut to Jerusalem, where he served as Israel bureau chief until 1988. Mr. Friedman was awarded the 1983 Pulitzer Prize for international reporting (from Lebanon) and the 1988 Pulitzer Prize for international reporting (from Israel).” Klare’s “The Oil Catastrophe” June 14, 2010 edition of The Nation “ The Nation is a weekly United States leftist periodical devoted to news, politics and culture. Founded on July 6, 1865, it is the oldest continuously published weekly magazine in the U.S. It is published by The Nation Company, L.P., at 33 Irving Place, New York City....
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