You have to answer each of 3 questions in 100 words, readings are attached Consider how Lindblom defines "writing up," "writing down," and "writing across" in this reading, which for our purposes we'll "directions." With your own audience in mind, which "direction" will you be writing to for your audience? In other words, does your audience have more power than you, less power, or approximately equal power? If so, what kind of power do you mean? Which of the "important elements" from your "direction" stand out to you as most important for this argument? How might you keep this important element in mind for your unique argument as you write? What specific consequences might happen in your unique argument if you misjudge the power level of your audience? (In other words, what happens if you mistakenly "write up" or "write down" when you needed to "write across" for example?). Describe how your audience might respond if you made this mistake.

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