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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Luckily, over the years, The New York Times has done pretty well by dance.
CORRECTION: That the New York Times would perpetuate the notion of Guevara as a romantic, populist icon is, sadly, in character with the paper that had so much to do with bringing Communism to Cuba in the first place.
Wrote Klein: "Whatever else you may say about No Child Left Behind, it is forcing us to come to grips with a moral imperative that many of us might prefer to ignore: that we have a collective responsibility for the education of over 1 million children." Needless to say, the New York Times education columnist did not mention Klein's memo.
Because 2.6 people read each printed issue, on average, Horvath calculates that each New York Times reader in Berkeley is responsible for adding about 270 kg C[O.sub.2] to the atmosphere each year.
--Democratic Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont (The New York Times)
One reason that "elite" institutions dominate coverage in The New York Times and similar, is that those news organizations' staff members frequently are alumni.
As the New York Times explained, "The prosecution contended that Gold between 1937 and 1939 used his influence in the union as a club to enforce payments to him under threat of 'trouble' with Local 32B." On the stand, employers testified to making payments that ranged between $400 and $1500 to Gold and in return getting favorable union contracts.
"Sleep is One Thing Missing in Busy Teenage Lives," by Denise Grady, The New York Times, November 5, 2002, p.
Overall the new proposals in the New York Times (2) suggest a kind of image zoo for gazing but not a well thought through urban response to the problems facing the lower Manhattan area and New York since 11 September.
(5.) See William Orme, "The World: At Talks, Much of It Ducks Behind Doors -- Meeting: Private chats rule the day at the World Economic Forum in New York, where terrorism is as much on the agenda as finance," New York Times, February 2, 2002, A3.
Turner also told the New York Times that "Accounting firms have become too dependent on consulting fees from the companies they audit and are unwilling to risk those fees by challenging corporate managers who stretch accounting rules."
A little farther south, but at the same moment (the fireball has some of the same identifying marks), Kristen Brochmann made her picture for the New York Times. Its signal feature is a hot-orange rolling pin of flame shooting out to the left.

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