This is because after reading the information provided in the article, it is clear that he was following all the events that were taking place after the assassination of King. Thirdly, the authors were trying to appeal to the public considering that during the same year, people did not have freedom of expression, and they relied on the media to give them information, which in most cases was censored by the government. The information written by the authors is not hearsay, especially in an article written in the Chicago Tribune because the author relied on credible information as it was retrieved from the police station.
However, in the New York Times the author relied on outside sources and observations. The articles were accompanied with photographs or pictures. The pictures are black and white by they are an effective contribution to the stories or articles that the authors wrote. The authors of the articles were concerned with the issues of race and politics although, not in a great extent. The reason the authors were concerned about race and politics was solely because the assassination was made to an African American, who was a Civil rights activists.
The authors did not show any bias against black American people. The authors were remorseful of the events that took place as the assassination of King led to riots all over the United States where af6ter the whole event many people were injured, others and died including police officers, and some people were arrested. On the issue of powerlessness, all of the United States was powerless as they had lost a great leader, and there was chaos all over that even the policemen were not able to handle the
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