The New York Times Essay | Comparing Two Newspapers

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Comparing Two Newspapers

Summary: An in-depth comparison betweeen the New York Times and the Boston Globe as they covered topics surrounding the war in Iraq during a five-week period. The comparison includes an analysis of each paper's approach to their articles, editorials, advertisements, and overall definition of what constitutes news.
For this assignment I chose two famous papers, the Boston Globe and the New York Times. These two papers have been printing issues for decades and are considered two of the best papers in the country, so I think these would fit as reliable sources. The topic I chose to research within these two prestigious papers is the topics surrounding the war in Iraq. Over the 5 sum-odd weeks that I looked in the papers for articles concerning this topic, I have seen many similarities between the two papers. I feel that these characteristics surrounding these papers propel make the reader feel more confident that the paper would do a good job printing the news.

The two papers seemed to be very similar on the issues that I sought out. The only differences in which I saw were within the text of the articles. The Boston Globe articles...

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