From the unmatched resources of the New York Times comes the world's most comprehensive and authoritative almanac
The New York Times Almanac 2007 is the almanac of record. Drawing on the resources of the world's premier news organization, it provides readers with a wealth of data about the United States and the world-in a readable and more easily accessible form than other fact finders. Unrivaled in scope and unsurpassed in comprehensiveness, The New York Times Almanac pays careful attention to significant issues, topics, and developments of the day, and sets them in historical context. It gives the stories-and the stories behind the stories. The New York Times Almanac is the first choice for students, journalists, and researchers-for anyone who needs timely, accurate information about the world we live in.
The New York Times Almanac 2007 includes:
• Comprehensive coverage of every nation in the world as well as environmental and economic issues
• The most complete sports section of any almanac
• More information than any other almanac about global terrorism, the Internet, epidemics, world population, and much more
|Publisher:||Penguin Group (USA)|
|Edition description:||Older Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.85(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
John W. Wright is a book packager as well as an author of reference books.