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Unformatted text preview: -people still want to read and intellectually stimulating articles John Seabrook: Seeds-wants to invoke response to growing issue of diminishing supply of plant seeds in world seed banks-brings to light/raises awareness that our life duration relies on our willingness to take action Judith Thurman: The Fast Lane-recognizes hang-ups in society-criticizes the culture we live in -points out Americans problem with dealing with their problems Dana Goodyear: The Searchers-addresses unethical approach to a college education-challenges which is better learning environments desert vs. urban environment-presents an idea of college life few knew about Conclusion:- Clarify that New Yorker is a forward looking magazine, preparing its path for another 25 years. Restate that pathos, egos, and logos, will continue to create valuable arguments and emotional stimuli. There will always be a reader intrigue by the under documented, but well deserving facts of life....
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- Spring '08