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ROSEN PUBLISHING PRESENTS

Our new primary source imprint, The New York Times Educational Publishing selects carefully curated news articles, reviews, and opinion pieces from The Times’s extensive collection—an archive that spans over 150 years.

EACH TITLE CONTAINS UP TO 60 NEW YORK TIMES ARTICLES IN THE HEADLINES • LOOKING FORWARD • CHANGING PERSPECTIVES • PUBLIC PROFILES

Includes Parkland students’ response to the Santa Fe High School shooting

Features Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalism by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey

Includes articles on how North Korean Hackers stole U.S.–South Korean Military Plans

1930s article featuring interviews with Mina Edison and Eleanor Roosevelt about the pros and cons of being a homemaker and working outside the home

Features an April 2018 opinion piece by Jesse Jackson

Praise for The New York Times Educational Publishing

H“Rosen’s new imprint is ripped from the headlines, as it curates articles and op-ed pieces from The New York Times to illustrate the immediacy and relevance of certain events or figures in today’s world. Needless to say, the writing is excellent, and while it’s more sophisticated than the average high-school resource, the appended glossary and text-related questions on media literacy make it particularly well suited to students. This unique approach to a timely subject will draw readers into the multifaceted conversation.” —Booklist (starred review), on #MeToo: Women Speak Out Against Sexual Violence, Oct 1, 2018 Distributed exclusively by Rosen Publishing Rosen Publishing | 29 East 21st Street • New York, NY 10010 Call toll-free: 800.237.9932 (M–F, 9–6 EST) • Fax toll-free: 888.436.4643 • Web: rosenpublishing.com


ROSEN PUBLISHING PRESENTS

The New York Times Educational Publishing curates carefully selected materials from The Times’s extensive catalog of top-notch news articles, reviews, and opinion pieces—an archive that spans over 150 years. These titles craft the riveting narratives of pivotal historic episodes and watershed cultural moments, including compilations of The Times’s coverage of influential figures and world events, giving students unfettered access to some of the most impactful news stories of today and yesterday.

IMMEDIATELY RELEVANT PRIMARY SOURCE MATERIALS

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ROSEN PUBLISHING PRESENTS

The New York Times Educational Publishing books: Each title contains up to 60 New York Times articles • Feature articles from as recent as May, June, or July 2018 • Contain a variety of articles: feature stories, letters to the editor, book or movie reviews, op-ed pieces, and in-depth articles from The New York Times Magazine •

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Contain articles from different areas of the country Were vetted by The New York Times chief book editor, Alex Ward Include articles from as early as 1851, when The New York Times was founded, through the present day

H“Rosen’s new imprint is ripped from the headlines, as it curates articles and op-ed pieces from

The New York Times to illustrate the immediacy and relevance of certain events or figures in today’s world. Needless to say, the writing is excellent, and while it’s more sophisticated than the average high-school resource, the appended glossary and text-related questions on media literacy make it particularly well suited to students. This unique approach to a timely subject will draw readers into the multifaceted conversation.” —Booklist (starred review), on #MeToo: Women Speak Out Against Sexual Violence, Oct 1, 2018 Distributed exclusively by Rosen Publishing Rosen Publishing | 29 East 21st Street • New York, NY 10010 Fax toll-free: 888.436.4643 Web: rosenpublishing.com Call toll-free: 800.237.9932 (M–F, 9–6 EST) • Fax toll-free: 888.436.4643 • Web: rosenpublishing.com

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AVAILABLE NOW #MeToo: Women Speak Out Against Sexual Assault

The Opioid Epidemic: Tracking a Crisis

THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF

THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF

It started with an article and grew into a movement. #MeToo was born in the wake of a Pulitzer-prize winning New York Times investigative report on producer Harvey Weinstein’s habitual sexual harassment of young women. The hashtag empowered women around the world to share their stories of sexual assault and abuse. Corporations responded by firing dozens of accused CEOs, media moguls, and movie stars, and politicians responded by sponsoring legislation against sexual harassment. This collection of articles tracks the movement from its start. It looks at the international response and inevitable criticism, as well as the future of the movement.

The United States is currently suffering the worst addiction crisis in history. Addiction to opioids, including prescription painkillers, heroin, and illegal synthetic opioids, is ravaging the country, destroying families, homes, and communities in its path. This riveting collection of articles tracks the opioid crisis from its earliest days through the present, aggregating human interest stories with news stories on how the government and public are responding to the epidemic. With such breadth of journalism examining the causes, impact, and response to the crisis, this collection offers readers a comprehensive approach to an unfortunately frequent topic of headlines.

Features Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalism by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey

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Climate Refugees: How Climate Change Is Displacing Millions

School Shootings: How Can We Stop Them?

THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF

THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF

In a world where temperatures fluctuate and extreme weather has become commonplace, several populations have already found themselves unable to survive in their homeland. Droughts, flooding, and crop failures have caused famine, while extreme weather events like hurricanes and tornadoes have destroyed homes and, at times, whole villages. The articles in this collection examine the phenomenon of climate refugees, including the reasons they must move, the impact it has on humans and the economy, and examining the politics and other factors that affect their arrival in new countries.

Shootings on campus have become one of the greatest and most frequent tragedies of our time. They endanger the welfare of students, teachers, and school staff, shatter communities, and provoke fierce debate about Second Amendment rights and gun control legislation. In this collection of articles, readers will encounter the best of The New York Times’s reporting on this sad but common event, including a survey of the history of school shootings in the United States and reflections on why they’ve become a political hot-button topic. Through these pieces, readers are exposed to the many sides of the debate that rages against a backdrop of senseless violence against young people and educators. Library-bound 978-1-6428-2039-3 Paperback 978‑1‑6428‑2040-9 eBook 978‑1‑6428‑2038‑6

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Fake News: Read All About It THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF “Fake news!” has become such a common refrain on TV and Twitter, as well as the topic of major criminal investigations, but many still have a hard time distinguishing between fake news and legitimate reporting. Furthermore, many fail to grasp the extent of the role that data research centers and foreign governments in the propagation of inaccurate, sensational stories. In this book, readers will learn about fake news: how it gets made, how it affects the public, how governments and special interest groups use fake news to push specific agendas, and how fake news, alongside social media, is re-shaping politics and society. Library-bound 978‑1‑6428‑2021‑8 Paperback 978‑1‑6428‑2022-5 eBook 978‑1‑6428‑2020‑1

Transgender Rights: Striving for Equality THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF In recent years, the public’s awareness and understanding of the transgender community has grown drastically, from near total ignorance to a nuanced and complex approach to trans individuals and their rights. This collection of articles features reporting, opinion pieces, and first-person accounts that capture the evolving conversation about issues related to the trans community. With coverage of the Texas and North Carolina “bathroom bills,” the debate over the inclusion of trans people in the military, and tales of various struggles and successes in the courts, this book highlights the obstacles this growing movement faces as well as its successes. Library-bound 978‑1‑6428‑2063‑8 Paperback 978‑1‑6428-2064-5 eBook 978‑1‑6428‑2062‑1

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In the Headlines Known for its world-renowned, groundbreaking journalism, The New York Times has its finger on the pulse, bringing the biggest news items happening today to the forefront of the world’s attention. This riveting series identifies topics of the timeliest interest, compiling The Times’s most gripping coverage of the social and cultural movements and events making headlines. Readers will track stories as they happened in real time, along with media literacy questions to help readers identify story angles, bias, and motive. • Expertly written book and chapter introductions provide the broader narrative in which each article is situated • Readers encounter various types of news stories, such as feature stories, letters to the editor, op-ed pieces, book and movie reviews, obituaries, and interviews • Media literacy questions encourage students to assess each article critically, identify sources and perspective, and evaluate the ways in which information is presented

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Cyberbullying: A Deadly Trend THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF As social media and other internet platforms develop and connect users in increasingly unique ways, the opportunities for cyberbullying to occur on those platforms develop as well. The demographics for cyberbullying are diverse too, including everyone from young teens to celebrities who are more used to public scrutiny. In this collection of articles, readers will discover how news coverage of cyberbullying has evolved, and how law enforcement, app developers, and even advertisers are involved in combatting this serious and sometimes deadly trend. Media literacy terms and questions will enhance readers’ connection to the text. Library-bound 978‑1‑6428‑2105‑5 Paperback 978-1-6428-2106-2 eBook 978‑1‑6428‑2107‑9

Doping: The Sports World in Crisis THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF The temptation to enhance athletes’ performance with substances is great when fame, money, and national pride are involved. From the early days of professional sports, people have tried to improve strength and endurance in human and animal athletes with a range of steroids, hormones, and other drugs. Antidoping regulations established by every conceivable sport seek to ensure fairness on the playing field. Yet deception occurs widely, whether from statesponsored doping regimens or individual efforts. In this collection of articles, readers will gain a nuanced view of the issues and people involved in the most pivotal news about doping in the sports world. Library-bound 978‑1‑6428‑2116‑1 Paperback 978-1-6428-2114-7 eBook 978‑1‑6428‑2115‑4

Defining Sexual Consent: Where the Law Falls Short

The Gender Pay Gap: Equal Work, Unequal Pay

THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF

THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF

Several years before the revelations around sexual harassment and misconduct in Hollywood sparked the #MeToo movement, colleges and universities across America were reeling from a series of assaults that challenged the way sexual consent had been taught. The articles collected here detail the evolution of the debate, from individual cases that captured national attention to the implementation of California’s Affirmative Consent law. Beyond highlighting the legal and administrative responses to these cases, this book also features stories of the consequences students have faced in their daily lives as they navigate the debate.

Despite increasing awareness, the gender pay gap has yet to close. In 2018, women still earned about eighty cents for every dollar men did, and that number changes when factoring in a woman’s education level, profession, and ethnicity. These articles explore the discussion surrounding the gender pay gap, and highlight how our understanding of it has evolved in the past decade. Beginning with Obama’s signing of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act in his first weeks as president and leading to some of the complicated economics of paid family leave, these articles explore the factors that create a gender pay gap and point to possible solutions.

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Deportation: Who Goes and Who Stays?

Identity Politics

THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF

The subject of identity politics has become increasingly prevalent in recent years. In this collection of topical articles, readers will become familiar with a wide range of opinions and news concerning individual and group identities that form around race, sexual orientation, gender, political party affiliation, and more. The political usefulness of certain identities is explored, with a particular focus on the 2016 presidential election and the implications of one identity being politically asserted over another. Media literacy terms and questions will engage readers to consider the topic beyond the text.

One of the major issues occupying today’s headlines is immigration, and especially, who should be allowed to come to the United States and who should be forced to leave through the process of deportation. Exploring this issue means not only looking at the experiences of immigrants, but also the repercussions of barring certain groups of people on the basis of religion or fear. From building a wall between Mexico and the United States, to the fate of children separated from their parents when they have illegally entered the country, these issues fill U.S. headlines every day. Library-bound 978‑1‑6428‑2112‑3 Paperback 978-1-6428-2111-6 eBook 978‑1‑6428‑2113‑0

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AVAILABLE NOW Clean Energy: The Economics of a Growing Market

Health Tech: The Apps and Gadgets Redefining Wellness

THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF

THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF

Concerns over carbon production and diminishing fossil fuels are leading people and governments to explore cleaner forms of energy, such as wind power and solar power. This collection of articles looks at the forms of clean energy already in use as well as new, experimental forms that have not yet reached wide-scale usage. Furthermore, coverage addresses some of the controversies and unexpected effects of these new ways of producing the energy we need to survive. What is working, what isn’t, and what might humans use for energy in the future?

Medical technology makes us live longer, and new developments in the field are changing our perspectives on health and longevity. Health tech encompasses everything from apps that track the number of steps we take to the AI some doctors now use to diagnose their patients. This collection of articles investigates the ways in which health technology improves our lives, and exposes fraudulent claims that are too good to be true. From robots that perform surgery to virtual reality-powered therapy, health technology is the wave of the future. Library-bound 978-1-6428-2087‑4 Paperback 978-1-6428-2086-7 eBook 978-1-6428-2088‑1

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Disruptive Innovation: Uber, Airbnb and Other Companies Reshaping the Market

Net Neutrality: Seeking a Free and Fair Internet

THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF

In early 2018, the Federal Communications Commission issued a repeal of net neutrality rules, which mandated equal access to web content regardless of the provider, user, or platform. While many telecommunications companies expressed jubilation and pockets of the internet expressed outrage, many were left scratching their heads and wondering why net neutrality matters at all. This book answers that question, offering readers a collection of articles on the history and importance of net neutrality. Coverage includes the earliest debates over internet regulation, the enactment of a net neutrality policy under Obama, court decisions on its enforcement, and its 2018 repeal.

In 1995, the term “disruptive innovation” was coined to describe innovations that disrupt and threaten existing markets and consumer habits. Since then, we’ve played witness to how new companies have altered, and threatened, key industries such as hospitality and the taxi industry. These articles explore the growth of two of the most prominent “disruptive” tech companies, Uber and Airbnb, and how competitors and regulators have responded to the changing tides. Library-bound 978‑1‑6428‑2081‑2 Paperback 978-1-6428-2080-5 eBook 978-1-6428-2082‑9

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Hacking and Data Privacy: How Exposed Are We?

Space Entrepreneurship: Facing the Next Frontier

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THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF

Hackers can break into government websites, nuclear power plants, and the NSA. They can steal corporate secrets, top-secret security code, and credit card numbers. Through social media, they can plant ideas, manipulate public opinion, and influence elections. And there’s precious little we can do to stop them. This book documents the dramatic increase in hacking and data mining incidents in recent years. The articles within it explore how these incidents affect world events, such as the United Kingdom’s Brexit vote and the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Investigative articles reveal who is behind these incidents, why they happened, and how we can protect our data.

Space flight used to be something that only governments participated in, often in conjunction with military defense. However, today space is a new, wide-open frontier for entrepreneurs and corporations to develop and implement new kinds of space travel and habitats. What was once done just for exploration and advancing science is now a competition for companies such as SpaceX and Virgin Galactic, who seek to develop products that not only bring humans into space and allow them to live there, but also generate profits for the entrepreneurs who create them. These articles explore this phenomenon, including its advances and setbacks.

Includes articles on how North Korean Hackers stole U.S.–South Korean Military Plans

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Looking Forward In a world where understanding and engaging with technology, business, and economics is a must to be competitive in the work force, engaged in social and cultural life, and informed as a responsible citizen, nobody provides better coverage of the developments shaping the future than The New York Times. These volumes cull from the best of The Times’s coverage of movements in technology, business, and economics, weighing how such developments impact our safety, our quality of life, and our ethics. Readers have an opportunity to be informed—not only of the seismic changes recrafting how we engage with the world but also the ethical and legal implications of these developments. • Expertly written book and chapter introductions provide the broader narrative in which each article is situated • Readers encounter various types of news stories, such as feature stories, letters to the editor, op-ed pieces, book and movie reviews, obituaries, and interviews • Media literacy questions encourage students to assess each article critically, identify sources and perspective, and evaluate the ways in which information is presented

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Artificial Intelligence THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF When will artificial intelligence become a reality? It already is. Although the idea of artificial intelligence has captured the human imagination since antiquity, the term wasn’t coined until the mid1950s. Since then, A.I. has steadily entered many humans’ lives, and its continued integration appears inevitable. This book collects recent New York Times articles that present the most current discussions about artificial intelligence. How is A.I. being developed? What will its impact be on work and the economy? What might it mean for religion and philosophy? And, perhaps the most urgent question, will A.I. benefit humanity, or cause its demise? Library-bound 978‑1‑6428‑2137‑6 Paperback 978‑1‑6428-2136-9 eBook 978‑1‑6428‑2138‑3

Earth 2.0: The Search for a New Home THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF The popular imagination has seen a resurgence of interest in space research. It is fueled by the discovery of over 1,000 exoplanets, promising discoveries on Mars, and recent successes in commercial space exploration. Though space exploration remains a high cost, speculative enterprise, scientists and pundits argue we are closer than ever to answering key questions about life in the universe and human prospects of living off-world. The New York Times articles collected in this volume will reveal how concerns about planet Earth and space research development contribute to the quest for space colonization. Library-bound 978‑1‑6428‑2131‑4 Paperback 978‑1‑6428-2130-7 eBook 978‑1‑6428‑2132‑1

Cryptocurrencies: Bitcoin, Blockchain and Beyond

Online Gaming: The Surge of Esports and Mobile Gaming

THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF

THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF

The worlds of finance and technology have been rocked by Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies: encrypted digital currency created by complex computer algorithms. First developed in 2009 and launching several speculative frenzies, cryptocurrencies have created and destroyed fortunes over their turbulent history. Across years of New York Times articles, readers will discover the unfolding story of a technology that, while rarely performing as promised, has produced profound effects that cannot be ignored.

In the mid 2000s, online gaming was a robust and thriving culture, with dedicated participants around the world. A decade later, mobile games had spawned billion-dollar franchises, and esports had earned a viewership rivaling the audiences of blockbuster films. As online gaming grew into a pop culture industry, new questions were raised about the role of video games in business, politics, education, and culture. The articles in this collection showcase the development of this multi-faceted industry, and features such as media literacy terms and questions will engage readers beyond the text.

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DNA Testing: Genealogy and Forensics

Trade Wars: Tariffs in the 21st Century

THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF

THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF

The Human Genome Project completed sequencing the entire human genetic code in 2003, two years ahead of schedule. That brisk pace has characterized the private genomics industry as well, with prices for personal sequencing dropping from tens of thousands to only hundreds of dollars in less than a decade. Through this collection of articles, readers will recognize how DNA testing has opened new doors in medicine and science, as well as sparked new questions about medical ethics, human ancestry, and the self.

For many years, the United States has had established trade agreements with other countries to regulate the even flow of goods and maintain a healthy economy. But many of these entrenched trade agreements have now been upended, and with new tariffs being implemented, the global economic relationships between countries are changing. Will new tariffs help or hurt the United States and its traditional allies? How will U.S. industries be affected? With newer, more severe tariffs in place, bringing tariff retaliation from other trading partners, the future of trade relationships is shifting and uncertain.

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AVAILABLE NOW Climate Change

Race Relations

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THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF

Global climate change is real. It is not new, and it is not fake news. The New York Times began reporting on climate change in the mid-twentieth century: Melting arctic ice in the 1940s. Increasingly warm average temperatures decade after decade. The fossil fuel industry inciting skepticism about global warming. And the United States’ reluctance to commit to a reduction in carbon emissions that might negatively impact its economy. The story of human-made climate change unfolds through articles written at the time of the events. It ends with a clear explanation of what’s at risk, and what readers can do to help.

Perhaps no topic reflects changing societal attitudes in the United States quite like race relations. This book compiles articles published by The New York Times through the twentieth and twentyfirst centuries reflecting changing attitudes toward race relations. Coverage includes articles published during the Civil Rights Movement, reflections on police brutality and disproportionate incarceration rates of racial minorities, and pieces on triumphant moments, such as the election of Barack Obama. Readers will encounter the nuances of public attitudes toward race and how they’ve shifted with time, and have a way to go yet.

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Crime

War

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THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF

Attitudes toward crime and punishment have changed with societal shifts in American culture. Changing perspectives on addiction, sexual assault, and other behaviors have sparked changes in legislation, judicial attitudes, and sentencing guidelines. The articles in this collection map evolving attitudes toward what can be conceived of as criminal and how these conceptions mirror larger social movements over time. In many cases, the heavy hand of the law or, alternatively, the lukewarm reaction to certain kinds of criminal activity has resulted in epidemics that continue to the present day.

The public’s perception of war changed drastically following the Vietnam War, as it was the first time the American public encountered an endless stream of graphic coverage of military conflict abroad. Still, the public often seems divided on the necessity of military engagement for defense or to promote regional stability and the tolls of war: loss, destruction, and veterans requiring lifelong care. These articles document changing attitudes toward war, compiling New York Times coverage as far back as the Civil War and continuing through twenty-first-century conflicts, including those in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Syria.

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Immigration

Women’s Roles

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THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF

Attitudes toward immigration have shifted over time, depending on political attitudes, the state of the economy, international conflict, and societal attitudes toward specific ethnic groups. This fascinating collection compiles articles that reflect the diverse and changing perspectives the public has held on immigration policy and immigrant groups over the decades. Today’s reader will find that the passionate rhetoric making headlines today is not new, and in fact, with each generation, voices on both sides of the aisle have demanded change, be it tighter regulations or an ease on restrictions.

Women’s roles in society have changed drastically, and as evidenced by the #MeToo movement and growing demands to close the gender pay gap, more work remains to be done to ensure full equality. Through this collection, readers may witness the work that has been done, from the time of the women’s suffrage movement through the women’s liberation movement and today’s struggle to promote equality, all in the face of staunch opponents of feminism or expanding roles for women.

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Changing Perspectives This fascinating series presents articles and opinion pieces on major social, cultural, and political issues, tracking how coverage of and perspectives on these topics have shifted with time and new revelations. Scientific discoveries, social activism, and historical events have changed how the public sees and thinks about such topics as women’s roles, war, drugs, minority rights, and immigration. Through the decades, The New York Times’s coverage on these subjects reflects changes in social norms, enlightening today’s readers on how our own perspectives today may vastly change in the future as new information and attitudes come to light. • Expertly written book and chapter introductions provide the broader narrative in which each article is situated • Readers encounter various types of news stories, such as feature stories, letters to the editor, op-ed pieces, book and movie reviews, obituaries, and interviews • Media literacy questions encourage students to assess each article critically, identify sources and perspective, and evaluate the ways in which information is presented

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Abortion

Military Service

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Although abortion was officially decriminalized in the United States by the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision in 1973, perspectives on abortion have always been, and remain today, radically different from state to state and person to person. Religion, access to birth control, the development of women’s health care, and institutions such as Planned Parenthood are all at play in the public understanding of abortion. With recent changes in the Supreme Court causing uncertainty for the future of abortion access, the debate between pro-choice and pro-life advocates blazes on. In this collection of articles, readers will discover stories of women’s individual experiences, public protests, and groundbreaking U.S. legislation.

The United States, as reflected in the news media, has a long history of either requiring or requesting citizens to be participants in the military. From the Civil War, through two world wars and the Vietnam War, to the conflicts in Afghanistan and the threat of terrorism, perspectives on military service, the draft, and citizen soldiers has changed. How has military service been portrayed through the news and perceived by the public throughout the country’s history of wars and peacetimes? And how have the attitudes of American citizens changed when it comes to serving in the military? This collection of articles explores these questions and more, and also features Media Literacy Terms and Questions to further inform and guide readers.

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Gun Control

Sex and Sexuality

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With the spate of mass shootings in schools and crowded public venues in recent decades, gun control in the United States has become a perennial topic in the national conversation. The debate on gun control continues to create conflicts over The Second Amendment, the NRA, common sense gun laws, public safety, and more. In this collection of articles, readers will witness how the discussion of gun control has evolved from the 1960s through today, from the political assassinations of significant figures such as John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr. to the Orlando nightclub massacre and the school shooting in Parkland, Florida in 2018.

Sex and sexuality remain contentious issues in twenty-first century America, dividing the country across religious and cultural lines. This volume traces the evolution of attitudes on gay and lesbian issues, transgender identities, women’s rights, and sexual behaviors and consent. Going from the mid-twentieth century to the present day, the articles speak to the ongoing debate as writers and journalists attempt to make sense of the diverse sexual expressions found in human society and document the struggles toward greater acceptance and tolerance.

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Marijuana

Social Welfare

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Today’s headlines shine light on the growing trend toward the legalization of marijuana, a psychoactive drug derived from the cannabis plant whose use cuts across diverse classes of people. In this compilation of articles, readers encounter a journalistic history of cannabis use. Successive phases of fear (often coupled with racist attitudes toward Mexicans and Latinos) and embrace (by hippies, U.S. soldiers in Vietnam, and other segments of the counterculture) have often clouded sound judgment about the benefits and risks of the drug. These articles explore every facet of these diverse approaches, highlighting an array of medical, economic, and social perspectives on marijuana and those who use it.

Social welfare combines traditional notions of charity with responses to modern social problems. In this far-reaching collection of articles on the birth of American welfare, readers will see a robust debate on the nature of poverty and the costs and benefits of combating it. Beginning with private charities, dramatically expanding in the Great Depression, and frequently changing direction near the end of the twentieth century, the story of social welfare reveals the many features of America’s relationship with its most downtrodden.

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AVAILABLE NOW Adolf Hitler

Martin Luther King Jr.

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History has revealed to us the full depth of the horrific actions carried out under the leadership of Adolf Hitler in Nazi Germany. However, the articles in this collection offer a unique perspective: that of journalists and the public during Hitler’s rise to power, conquest of Europe, and attempted extermination of Europe’s Jewish population. The New York Times’s coverage of Hitler ranged from wise warnings about the dangers he presented to profiles of his diet and private life. The various types of news stories in this book offer diverse takes on the rise of one of history’s most despicable dictators and how the world responded to his bloodlust.

History has assigned Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. his rightful place as a hero of the Civil Rights Movement, but what does it mean to be a hero ahead of one’s own time? This exploration of the life of Dr. King compiles The New York Times’s coverage of King’s rise as a leader and activist and the hurdles he encountered along the way, including great resistance to his cause and his eventual assassination. In addition to coverage from his lifetime, also included are retrospectives that put the work of Dr. King in conversation with contemporary social justice efforts and reflect on just how far we have, and have not, come as a society.

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Cristiano Ronaldo THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF Cristiano Ronaldo is among the most famous and accomplished soccer players of all time, but his public image and playing style at times have been a source of controversy. This in-depth volume explores Ronaldo’s athletic career, chronicling sports coverage of his time on the field, alongside news stories reporting on his personal life and role as a public figure. In doing so, it offers the soccer fan and the general reader alike a glimpse into what it means to be a star athlete in our times, with a public eye examining and criticizing your every success and setback. Library-bound 978-1-6428-2015‑7 Paperback 978-1-64282-2016-4 eBook 978-1-6428-2014‑0

Donald J. Trump THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF Perhaps the most divisive (and certainly the most unprecedented) president in U.S. history, the life of Donald J. Trump has been unique. From international real estate magnate to reality television star to politician, there is perhaps no more emblematic figure of the American public’s frustration with politics as usual and demand for something different. Since stepping into the Oval Office, he has defied expectations, forgoing many conventions of the office and surrounding himself with a cohort of advisors with diverse backgrounds and experiences. This collection of articles focuses on Trump, the man, and his intriguing, storied life as well as the world’s reaction to his unexpected, fascinating political rise.

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Royal Couples: Harry and Meghan Markle, William and Kate Middleton, and Charles and Diana THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF Few political families have captured the public’s fascination like the the British royal family. This collection of articles compiles The New York Times’s coverage of three of the best-known couples in modern history: Harry and Meghan, William and Kate, and Charles and Diana. Through these pieces, readers can witness firsthand the most publicized moments of each couple’s story, including engagements, weddings, childbirth, and, in the case of Charles and Diana, divorce. Articles on Diana’s tragic death and Meghan Markle’s activism and career as an actor make this an essential guide to the royal family’s affairs. Library-bound 978-1-6428-2033‑1 Paperback 978-1-6428-2034-8 eBook 978-1-6428-2032‑4

Transgender Activists and Celebrities THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF As the fight for transgender rights has grown and made incredible strides, so too has a new generation of activists and celebrities stepped forward into the spotlight to promote awareness, sensitivity, and respect for their community. The articles in this book share the stories of dozens of the figures who have been key in the evolving push for greater trans visibility and acceptance. Featuring the lives and words of such prominent figures as Laverne Cox, Jennifer Finley Boylan, and Caitlyn Jenner, these pieces highlight the ways in which prominent individuals living incredibly public lives are changing the conversation around the transgender community and the rights and respect its members deserve.

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Public Profiles This series presents biographies of public figures unlike any published before. Covering both historical and contemporary figures, these volumes compile The New York Times’s coverage of prominent politicians, artists, and activists, among other figures, reflecting how the public viewed and understood these biographical subjects throughout the course of their time in the spotlight. This unique coverage of each person’s life and impact on society is enlightening, and demonstrates how greater attention—and scrutiny—can change our attitude toward, and understanding and appreciation of, prominent figures in the news. • Expertly written book and chapter introductions provide the broader narrative in which each article is situated • Readers encounter various types of news stories, such as feature stories, letters to the editor, op-ed pieces, book and movie reviews, obituaries, and interviews • Media literacy questions encourage students to assess each article critically, identify sources and perspective, and evaluate the ways in which information is presented

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Influential Hip-Hop Artists: Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj and Others THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF When Kendrick Lamar won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for his album “DAMN,” critics announced that the award represented a belated acknowledgement of the cultural importance of hip-hop as a genre. The articles in this volume, ranging from music reviews to profiles, show the lives and careers of prominent hip-hop artists, including the controversies of Kanye West and the successes of Drake. The impact of these artists can be felt in the spheres of fashion, art, literature, and politics as well as in every sphere of music. Library-bound 978-1-6428-2166‑6 Paperback 978-1-6428-2165-9 eBook 978-1-6428-2167‑3

North Korea’s Supreme Leaders: Kim Il-sung, Kim Jong-il and Kim Jong-un THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF The 2018 summit meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un brought renewed international attention to North Korea and its leading dynasty. Ruled by three successive generations of the Kim family, North Korea is one of the most authoritarian states in the world. This collection of articles covers the history of their dynasty, including Kim Il-sung’s assumption of power in the wake of World War II, the intense cult of personality surrounding him that followed, and the twice-over handoff of power from father to son. This in-depth coverage presents a tale of human rights abuses, famine, and nuclearization at the hands of three eccentric, unpredictable, and fiercely nationalistic dictators. Library-bound 978-1-6428-2169‑7 Paperback 978-1-6428-2168-0 eBook 978-1-6428-2170‑3

Pope Francis

Serena Williams THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF Tennis star Serena Williams burst into the spotlight when she was fourteen years old and has fascinated tennis fans and the general public ever since. Though undeniably known by many for being one of the greatest tennis players of all time, she is almost as famous for her role in the fashion world and her willingness to speak out on social and political issues that are important to her. This volume traces Serena Williams’s life on and off the court to enable readers to understand the many sides of this fascinating public figure. Library-bound 978-1-6428-2175‑8 Paperback 978-1-6428-2174-1 eBook 978-1-6428-2176‑5

Serial Killers: Jack the Ripper, Son of Sam and Others THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF Jack the Ripper. Charles Manson. Ted Bundy. Jeffrey Dahmer. Aileen Wuornos. These names conjure images of the worst of humankind. Much of what we know about these infamous predators came from news coverage at the time they were committing the murders that would scare and intrigue generations of readers. Sketches of these uniquely terrifying people emerged through descriptions of the victims and crime scenes, likely suspects, trials, sentences, and, in some cases, their own deaths. Grouped into four chapters that span the 1890s through 2010s, this book profiles nine of the most infamous serial killers in history. Library-bound 978-1-6428-2178‑9 Paperback 978-1-6428-2177-2 eBook 978-1-6428-2179‑6

Whistleblowers: Chelsea Manning, Edward Snowden and Others

THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF Pope Francis was elected after the first papal resignation in nearly six centuries. Francis inherited a Church in crisis: sex abuse scandals, Vatican disorder, and a diminishing Catholic flock in a changing world. The first Latin American pope, Pope Francis has brought social justice commitments to Church reform and to international affairs. His efforts have drawn simultaneous acclaim and controversy as he has attempted to balance major changes with the fundamental teachings of the Catholic Church. Media literacy terms and questions are also featured in this unique collection of coverage centering around one of the world’s prominent religious leaders. Library-bound 978-1-6428-2172‑7 Paperback 978-1-6428-2171-0 eBook 978-1-6428-2173‑4

THE NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL STAFF Whistleblowers are both celebrated and reviled. The reasons that motivate whistleblowers are as diverse as the crimes and misdeeds they expose. Through articles written at the time of events, this book introduces readers to some of the most famous whistleblowers in recent history. These include Mark Felt, aka “Deep Throat,” whose information helped uncover the Watergate scandal, and Chelsea Manning, who, as Bradley Manning, shared classified documents revealing unsavory, untruthful, and potentially illegal activity by the United States government in the Middle East. Library-bound 978-1-6428-2181‑9 Paperback 978-1-6428-2180-2 eBook 978-1-6428-2182‑6

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