Analysis Of Leonard Pitts 'Apparently Facts No Longer Mean What They Once Did'

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In Leonard Pitts’s “Apparently Facts No Longer Mean What They Once Did" Pitt argues that facts no longer hold the weight they once did. In his article, Pitt describes an argument he had online about whether a solider in World War I fighting off an opposing company is true or not. In this argument Pitt supports his argument with facts and articles of his own while the person he was arguing with simply states that Pitts is wrong even with all the evidence provided. As someone who spends a lot of their day online, one of my favorite things to read are people getting into arguments. The back and forth between two people and ideas are fun especially when they’re well put together; but when someone who blatantly ignores facts and goes off on their

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