June 13, 2018

How to read a newspaper

Dana Mathewson

From the article:

One of the most important skills I learned from my teacher of international relations, the great Harold Rood of Claremont McKenna College, was how to read a newspaper. I’m not referring to what order to read the paper, or how to "deconstruct” news stories to surmise what is left out, but rather as clues to what is really going on and who has the initiative. This skill was a variation of his axiom, "Nothing happens for no good reason.”
 
http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2018/06/how-to-read-a-newspaper.php

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