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Journals, Primary Sources and full-text academic ebooks for your research.
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Provides exclusive, extensive coverage of hundreds of today's hot topics, with unbiased analysis and rich related resources.
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Authoritative world news coverage from 1940 through today: provides information, context, and perspective.
The New York Times
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All Berkeley Carroll students, faculty, and staff have full complimentary access to NYTimes.com and NYT mobile apps, thanks to our school-wide library subscription. We encourage you to take advantage of the world-class journalism of The New York Times to enrich your educational experience.
Your BC subscription gives you unlimited access to articles from The New York Times.
Search historical issues & primary sources through the Times Machine which has over 150 years of NY Times journalism in its original newspaper format!
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Find articles from newspapers, popular magazines and scholarly journals.
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Flipster - Digital Magazines
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The New York Review of Books
Public Forum Debate - Case Development & Evidence
Research several arguments on both sides of the issue.
Effective persuasion requires credible, unbiased, quality supporting evidence, including:
- expert quotations
Select the best evidence to support the teams claims.