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Leading lady Katharine Graham

Eugene Meyer purchased the Washington Post at a bankruptcy auction in 1933. After years of transforming the paper into a profitable and quality publication Meyer appointed a new publisher, his son-in-law Philip Graham in 1946. 276 more words

Graham Leads Washington Post

The Watergate scandal was one of the biggest events on the 1970′s, causing the eventual resignation of President Richard Nixon. The main paper that was covering this event was the Washington Post. 245 more words

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Katharine Graham, the Publisher.

Katharine Graham was an American publisher that will forever be one of the most influential women of her generation.  She was in charge of The Washington Post, for over two decades; and during her time as the publisher, Graham had overseen it over it’s most famous period, which was during the Watergate scandal that highlighted political scandals, and led to the eventual resignation of President Richard Nixon.  

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Katharine Graham

Katharine (Meyers) Graham was born into publishing in 1917. Her father bought the Washington Post in 1933, and Katharine and her husband, Phillip took over the Post in the mid 40s ( 188 more words

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Katharine Graham: Journalism

Katharine Graham was a pioneer in journalism, serving as the chief executive officer and chairman of The Post Co., and former publisher of The Washington Post. 214 more words

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Research - Part 7; Publishing

An important step for any writer is publishing his or her works, or if you are the publisher, what should be shown to the world? If information gets into the world that should not be known, it falls negatively on the publisher because it was their choice to put this information into the world. 211 more words

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