The History behind the New York Post

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New York is known for many things, the Statue of Liberty, New York fashion week and among other things, HBO’s Sex and the City. But before we forget, oftentimes overshadowed by the immensely popular the New York Times, there’s another popular New York daily newspaper that has actually been around as far back as in the 1800s.

The New York Evening Post or the New York Post, was actually founded by Alexander Hamilton, who then chose William Coleman to be its first editor-in-chief way back in the New York Post’s humble beginnings. After William Coleman’s short reign as the New York Post’s editor-in-chief, he was then replaced by another William, a William Cullen Bryant, way back in 1829. A fruitful 50 year reign as the New York Post’s editor-in chief, William Cullent Bryant was a staunch believer of defending the rights of those who are being enslaved, William Cullent Bryant also showed strong support for the emerging trade union back then. He even went as far as defending the strike of the Society of Journeyman Tailors by trying to link their strike with slavery back in June 1836.

The year 1881 had the New York Post welcoming...

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