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Comparing a newspaper from todays world to one of yesteryear is like looking at two different worlds Case in point take a look at the Jersey Journal If we examine a recent edition of the paper we can see the glaring differences of today and 200 years ago The Jersey Journal is divided into three separate sections totaling 21 pages Sometimes it is even larger than that As for the amount of stories in the paper it totaled over 100 There are color photos in the paper along with big bold print Ads run throughout the entire paper There is a classified section where jobs can be sought out and a section where obituaries are run The price of the paper is 50 cents and is distributed in several ways You can get the paper delivered to your house pick it up at a store or even read it on the Internet The types of stories that run in the paper are informational stories There are some editorial pieces but the paper is mostly unbiased in its opinions We didnt even start talking about the different sections There are Sports stories Life stories and a Comic section run everyday Now compare this information to a paper that would have run 200 years ago There would be no color photos in the paper only carvings of wood that would be used as illustrations for stories The number of stories in the paper would be drastically reduced to a small amount A paper then would not be 21 pages it would be much shorter at about two to four The stories that would run back then were politically driven The entire paper would be driven by what side of politics it was drawn into There would be a lot of fluff stories inside the editions if there were no real pieces of news available at the deadline The editorial pieces in todays papers have that usual
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