End the current page. This command is robust (see
LaTeX’s page breaks are optimized so ordinarily you only use this command in a document body to polish the final version, or inside commands.
While the commands
end the current page, in addition they clear pending floats
\cleardoublepage). And, if LaTeX is in
two-column mode then
the current page, possibly leaving an empty column, while
\newpage only ends the current column.
In contrast with
\newpage command will cause the new page to start right where
Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, \newpage \noindent a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.
makes a new page start after ‘continent’, and the cut-off line is
not right justified. In addition,
\newpage does not vertically
stretch out the page, as