The New York Times Almanac 2004
The Almanac of Record
The New York Times Almanac 2004 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 2004 includes:
* Comprehensive coverage of all the states and every nation in the world
* The most comprehensive sports section of any almanac
* Notable obituaries from the world of politics, entertainment, and science
* More information about global terrorism, the Internet, the worldwide AIDS epidemic, and world population than any other almanac
* The most complete coverage of environmental issues, the economy, and the workings of the federal government
* All major Academy Award winners since 1928 and the names of all Nobel Laureates and why they won
* And much, much more
Penguin Books, 9780142003671, 1008pp.
Publication Date: November 15, 2003