-Write an introductory paragraph for the paper which includes the thesis statement.
-In the body of the paper, develop the assumptions you have made about the topic by using specific
-Cite the evidence with footnotes
-Write a conclusion. Do not repeat information from the text or use overly general statements. The
conclusion should offer new, summary information and implications for the future.
-Include a Bibliography on a separate page at the end of the paper.
-Length: 2-3 pages, double-spaced, including footnotes
-Paper must mention an alternate viewpoint
-Bibliography should include 4 scholarly articles, 1 book (chapter) and 1 primary document
-Paper should not quote information that can be paraphrased unless it represents the exact words of a
person of significance.