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Analyzing this @nytimes front page could occupy an entire class period, without even reading a single article
* what are the photographs showing?
* who/what don't we see?
* how do the captions identify and describe the pictures?
* what do these headlines mean?
I’m not among those who love bashing the @nytimes, which I consider our frontline defense against tyranny. But this headline is stunningly bad, totally missing what may be the most chilling day in the Trump presidency.
As someone who lived through 1968, I find the comparisons between then and now widely miss the mark. What we are seeing today is much more serious given the public health crisis, deep recession and massive unemployment, and a president who is escalating the crisis in the streets.
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