New York Times Compare And Contrast Term Paper


¶ … New York Times. There are two references used for this paper. Newspaper writing styles may change throughout the decades, but the basic stories remain constant. It is interesting to compare and contrast two issues of the New York Times published almost twenty years apart.

In 1944, the front page of the February 15th issue of the New York Times had a variety of international and local articles. Locally, police were attempting to reduce the number of missing teen girls by keeping them off the streets at night, and $25,000,000 in War Bonds were bought by the State of New York one night before the Fourth War Loan Drive ended.

Nationally, Wendell L. Willkie declared his candidacy for the 1944 Republican Presidential nomination, while President Roosevelt was warned by Congress if he vetoed the tax bill, they would not pass another revenue bill that year.

As World War II continued, the front page was filled with news from around the world. The Allied threat in Italy forced the Germans to draw reinforcements and ration shells. The Nazi's planned to evacuate Norway, and two German submarines were sunk in South Atlantic by United States Navy fliers. Korsun was captured by...


The Allies were able to move forward in 21 Italian fronts, while fliers from the Nimitz resumed attacks on the Marshall Islands. German Field Marshal General Karl von Rundstedt vowed to fight the Allies to the finish with stout resistance to invasion (
The fashion section of the paper highlighted a fashion show that demonstrated how women could buy war bonds and still purchase a quality wardrobe that was stylish.

In a separate fashion show, children modeled clothes that would eventually be sent to France once it was liberated.

January 1, 1964

The front page of New York Times on New Year's Day in 1964 included a number of international stories. One article covered the former Soviet Premier, Marshal Nikolai A. Bulganin, attending a New Year's party at the Kremlin in Moscow with Premier Khrushchev. The party marked Bulganin's first Soviet public appearance in several years. Another story concentrated on the exchange of hostages, evacuees and prisoners by Cyprus and other besieged populations. Though there…

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