Write a thoughtful and well-documented essay that answers the following questions:
The Whitehall Evening Post and the World newspapers covered all three of the Mendoza-Humphries matches, and their reports are in Part II of ths book. Discuss if the two newspapers have an editorial bias – in other words, did they favor one contestant over the other? If so, which paper was more favorable to Mendoza and which to Humphries? Apart from the course of the matches, what else did the newspapers tend to notice? Did the newspapers change their opinion of one or both of the boxers over time?Does one newspaper seem more reliable to you than the other as a historical source, why or why not?
Papers should be approximately four pages or 1000-1200 words. Base your formal essay upon Mendoza the Jew: Boxing, Manliness, and Nationalism by Ronald Schecter and Liz Clarke; there is no need to do additional research. Use a basic font such as arial or times new roman, in 11 or 12 point size, and double spaced lines. Grading will be determined by both essay content and quality of writing. This essay requires the use of footnotes and should use the Chicago Manual of Style citation format.
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Newspaper Editorial Bias
Length: 4 pages (1100 Words)
The essay seeks to analyze two different newspapers that covered the three Mendoza-Humphries matches. The editorial coverage of the time was marred by a lot of biases based on minority segregations, where one contestant was being favored over the other in a period. The essay unravels the extent of such occurrences in the two newspaper cases, in order to ascertain the extent of the vice in the ancient Britain, which forms my thesis statement. The analysis begins by outlining Mendoza as a poor Sephardic Jew from East London. He took boxing as a career that helped him earn a living. He dominated during the Georgian period of the late 17th and early 18th century.
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