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By Spencer Coile

There is a scene during a climactic moment inThe Postwhere Katharine Graham (Meryl Streep),publisher forThe Washington Post,wades into a crowd.News outlets and reporters swarm around her,probing her decision to run an article exposing the U.S.government for their involvement in the Pentagon Papers.Without uttering a word,she glides past the press,but the camera slows as Katharine finds herself surrounded by a small group of women in this crowd,all staring at her with admiration.

The Postserves as a timely reminder for why we should never underestimate the impact one powerful woman can make.Though Katharine Graham is the central female focus of the film,Spielberg's latest work features multiple women: they are reporters,wives,mothers,daughters.Each character provides insight into this pivotal moment in American history.So how doesThe Posthonor their legacy?

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