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The Washington Post Announces Eisenhower's Reelection

Washington Post Announces Eisenhower's Reelection in 1956

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A newspaper is a publication intended for a broad audience that appears regularly, often daily, and claims to contain factual accounts of recent events. The Washington Post, for instance, has reported on the presidential elections in the United States since 1880, and is proud to count itself a historic member of the "campaign reporting business."

Credits

Katherine Arcement, "The Washington Post’s front page from every presidential election since 1880," The Washington Post, 2016 [https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2016/11/09/the-washington-posts-front-page-from-every-presidential-election-since-1880/]

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"The Washington Post Announces Eisenhower's Reelection ," in World History Commons, https://worldhistorycommons.org/washington-post-announces-eisenhowers-reelection [accessed January 18, 2022]