Quotes by Katharine Graham

Katharine Meyer Graham was an American publisher and the second female publisher of a major American newspaper, following Eliza Jane Nicholson's ownership of the New Orleans Daily Picayune. She led her family's newspaper, The Washington Post, for more than two decades, overseeing its most famous period: the Watergate coverage that eventually led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon.

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The thing women must do to rise to power is to redefine their femininity. Once, power was considered a masculine attribute. In fact, power has no sex.

Power, WomenKatharine Graham
 
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Potomac School proved to be my first big adjustment - one that helped me with a basic lesson of growing up: learning to get along in whatever world one is deposited.

Katharine Graham
 
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One doesn't soon forget the natural beauty of Washington, although those of us who live here do sometimes take it for granted.

Washington, D.C.Katharine Graham
 
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No one can avoid aging, but aging productively is something else.

Katharine Graham
 
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In my first year or so at the 'Post,' I began to write with some frequency on the least important issues - so-called light editorials. The titles themselves are revealing of just how light: 'On Being a Horse,' 'Brains and Beauty,' 'Mixed Drinks,' 'Lou Gehrig,' and 'Spotted Fever.'

Katharine Graham
 
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