Newsweek Cover: Hit the Road BarackAugust 21st, 2012 - 7:12 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt
New York, Aug 21 (THAINDIAN NEWS) In the Newsweek an article about the President of the United States of America, Barrack Obama, was written and it was not that appealing to the general public. Although in journalism they say that arguments are what make events important, the report that was written in one column of the Newsweek by the professor of Harvard, Naill Ferguson was not fair to the authorities.
It was considered as a form of insult to the authorities of the state. The picture of Barrack Obama was shown on the front cover and compliments were made on the page that the United States needs another President.
It was quite courageous for the reporters of Newsweek to publish such a subject that is very sensitive. The media house claimed that Barrack Obama is not professional and he is unethical thus not qualifies to become the president of the United States. This subject was supported by many people and it is now on debates that will determine the fairness.
This was a bravery act but according to many reporters the Newsweek could not have rubbed the subject on the face instead they could have been more considerate and address the matter with respect for the authorities.
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