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Listening to Palin

Robin Lakoff, professor emerita of linguistics | February 10, 2010

Sarah Palin has been ridiculed by intellectuals for her crimes against language – the sentences reminiscent of the Winchester House,  the g’s that drop like the gentle rain from heaven. But in ridiculing her communication, I think we run a risk. She is a master communicator who knows just what she is doing. She has … Continue reading »