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After September 11 By Journalists of "Reuters"

After September 11
by Journalists of "Reuters"

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A chronicle, in narrative and pictures, of the events following September 11, from the journalists and photojournalists of Reuters.
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After September 11: New York and the World by Journalists of "Reuters"

After September 11 brings together a selection of compelling new images shot by Reuters photographers since the attacks on the United States. The book provides illuminating graphics and maps to illustrate the changing international landscape and compelling original essays on the changes in New York, the United States, and the world.

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About Journalists of "Reuters"

Reuters is one of the world's leading providers of text, video, graphics and news pictures. With some 2,300 journalists, photographers and TV professionals in 230 bureaus around the globe, Reuters covers the news as it breaks. Relying on a 150-year-old reputation for accuracy, speed and freedom from bias, Reuters transmits more than eight million words daily in 25 languages.

Table of Contents

New York - an end to innocence, Arthur Spiegelman and Patrick Rizzo; The View from the Heartland, Alan Elsner; Shock Waves Reverberate Around the World, Mark Trevelyan; Reuters Correspondents, Photographers and Graphic Journalists.

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After September 11: New York and the World by Journalists of "Reuters"
Journalists of "Reuters"
Used - Very Good
Pearson Education (US)
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