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Debriefing Source assignment General observations Description of source assignment done well The problem and needs more attention is what does it say about the principles of nationalism. The explanation of principle needed to be tied to source For example, What does fraternity say about nationalism. Avoid connecting source to a philosopher. Does little to requirement in paper. Philosopher may not be connected in the field of study that we’re exploring. Clearly Label parts of paper Separate paragraphs Indent or put extra space Source should be capital letter Don’t use case studies Extra information that’s not involved in the source Avoid using: Clearly, evident, obvious Connection to nationalism needs to be further developed Source I Power in the hands of few=not representative. THe people are the state, democracy is the state and people are the government. The government is for the people by the people. Voting=people should be allowed to vote and have their voices be heard. Montesquieu - power should not be in
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