Economist Historical Archive 1843 - 2014For over 170 years, the Economist has reported on the world's political, business, scientific, technological, and cultural developments and the connections between them, appealing to the world's elite for its economic and political analysis. The Economist Historical Archive offers an invaluable perspective on the great events of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and is an essential accompaniment to The Times Digital Archive and the Financial Times Historical Archive for its overview of national and international affairs. It provides researchers with quick access to: •Editorials, news, commentary and letters that afford insight into British, European, American, and world affairs
•Highly regarded country reports, industry reports, supplements, and surveys that offer the ability to track regional trends and forecasts.
•Special surveys and supplements on countries and industries that offer perspectives on markets and geographies
•Renowned sections such as "Science and Technology" that provide in-depth topic analysis, as well as book reviews and obituaries that lend human interest
•Classified and display advertising that profiles major companies, job opportunities, educational opportunities, and more from a global perspective
•Key economic indicators post-1983 available in exportable format -- many charts and tables are downloadable as a spreadsheet, allowing users to manipulate statistical tables and financial and economic data
•With the full-text search capabilities, students and scholars can conduct research on all the great events of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
Financial Times Historical ArchiveFinancial Times Historical Archive, 1888-2010 delivers the complete run of the London edition of this internationally known daily paper, from its first issue through 2010. Every article, advertisement, and market listing is included -- shown both individually and in the context of the full page and issue of the day. Each item has been subject- or topic-categorized for fast retrieval and review.
Gale News, Business and ReferenceGale News, Business and Reference enables uses to access millions of pages of content ranging from journals and newspapers to business analysis and news archives on Gale's superior platforms designed to streamline the student and researcher workflow.
Gale News, Business and Reference enables uses to access millions of pages of content ranging from journals and newspapers to business analysis and news archives on Gale's superior platforms designed to streamline the student and researcher workflow.
Independent Digital Archive 1986 - 2016The Independent is a major British daily national newspaper, launched in 1986 as an antidote to its often overtly politicised rivals. Its evolution over a quarter of a century has been considerable, but throughout that period it has retained a unique position in British journalism.
Over the last 30 years The Independent has taken strong campaigning positions on issues such as the legalisation of drugs, the War on Terror and the environment – in the case of the latter, arguably doing so earlier and more frequently than any other paper. In British politics, it has been a strong advocate of electoral reform, arguing that the UK's first-past-the-post system and unelected House of Lords are not suited to a modern democracy.
The Independent has consistently distinguished itself with innovative graphic design and prominent use of photography, often forcing others to copy its ideas. It is regarded as having sparked a freshening of newspaper layouts in the 1980s, while in 2003 it became the first paper to produce both a broadsheet and "compact" version, becoming compact-only in 2005 - a successful appeal to cramped commuters that caused The Times and The Guardian to follow suit.
In 1996, editor Andrew Marr introduced a radical overhaul of the paper, with a new concept for the front page that was described as both "brilliant" and "barmy", and unlike anything that had been seen before. In the 21st century The Independent has become known for its highly unorthodox and eye-catching front pages, which have often relied on full-page images or graphics rather than traditional headlines and written news content.
It received the "Newspaper of the Year" award in 1987, its first full year of publication, and by the end of 1988 its circulation had risen to more than 400,000. This success led to the launch of the Independent on Sunday in January 1990. In 2004 The Independent was again named newspaper of the year in recognition of its "constant and brave" editorial stance. Featuring journalists and columnists from across the political spectrum, the paper is generally regarded as centrist, taking idiosyncratic views on the free market, social issues and culture.
Infotrac NewsstandInfoTrac Newsstand provides access to more than 2,300 major world newspapers, and includes thousands of images, radio and TV broadcasts and transcripts.
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