An Analysis of Two Editorial Sections; The San Francisco Chronicle and the Daily Review
While The San Francisco Chronicle focuses on national security issues, the Hayward paper, The Daily Review is looking around at the fall out of September 11th as well as at other national issues.
B. The security issues as seen in the San Francisco paper
C. The more general national issues as seen in the Hayward paper
a. Between the two most of our national issues are covered, but there is a distinct difference in the tone of voice of each paper.
While The San Francisco Chronicle focuses on national security issues, the Hayward paper, The Daily Review is looking around at the fall out of September 11th. The Chronicle has a tone that is altogether more serious than that of the Hayward paper; they both show the mark left on us all by the terrorist attacks. The San Francisco paper wants us to remain attentive to the worldwide implications and what we need to do in the coming days.
The major focus of the Opinion pages of the Chronicle is terrorism and what we should now do to combat future attacks. "This Week's Issue" is firearms in the cockpit. The paper printed four short responses, both agreeing and disagreeing with arming pilots. There is also a great debate surrounding Barbara Lee and her vote against giving Bush all out power. While most readers thought that she should be seen as a strong black woman and someone to be proud of, still there were others who thought she was an embarrassment.
The opinion pages of the Chronicle differ from those of the Daily Review due to the focus. The larger paper, the Chronicle, focuses o