09-21-07NordlingerSummaryFinal

09-21-07NordlingerSummaryFinal - Yim 1 Daniel Yim Dr....

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Daniel Yim Dr. Hoagland English 133.033 21 September 2007 Nordlinger, Jay. “The New Colossus.” National Review 19 Apr. 2004: 30-32. In Jay Nordlinger’s article “The New Colossus,” he identifies some of Wal-Mart’s harshest critics and responds in a fashion that intended to separate fact from fiction. Armed with numbers and facts, Nordlinger begins the article with a breakdown of Wal- Mart’s notoriously well-known image: malicious, cruel, and “machine”-like (Nordlinger 30). From stating numbers in the millions regarding the corporation’s workers across the globe to directly quoting Wal-Mart’s left-wing adversaries, he lays a foundation on which he will build for his defense by carefully plotting the association between the world and Wal-Mart. Nordlinger argues that the corporation is today’s usual suspect for all of the world’s ailments, and like the fate of guns and oil, he describes that Wal-Mart, too, has become one of America’s “simple hate object[s]” (Nordlinger 31). In one example, he
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