New York Times


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New York Times

 

a daily newspaper in the USA, founded in 1851 and published in New York City by the New York Times Company. Formally independent, it reflects the viewpoint of liberal circles within the northeastern states that are nationally influential. Circulation, 800,000 (1976; Sunday edition, including the New York Times Magazine, around 1.4 million).

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