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GUIDELINES FOR THE WRITTEN COMPOSITIONS Deadline: DURING CLASS Thursday, April 29. In addition to your hard paper copy submitted, an electronic copy must also be submitted to turnitin.com to receive extra credit. Both are due by the above deadline. The purpose of the electronic version is to check for plagiarism. Registration instructions for turnitin.com are separate. Before you start the written assignment, please read the book . It is Economics in One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt. 1 If you don’t have it, you may purchase it from the bookstore or order it from www.mises.org or Amazon.com. Additionally, there is one copy on reserve at the library. However, it cannot be removed from the library and can be checked out for only two hours per day. If you use this, please be considerate of other students who use it. If you do not read the book, you will not be able to properly write the composition and will result in a lower grade. Additionally, reading the book and writing the compositions will be a good exercise in learning more economics. 2 Furthermore, read the requirements below . Make sure you understand the assignment, the book, and the below requirements. When you write the paper, keep the following in mind: 1. Format type should be 12 font, double space. Margins no greater than one and ¼ inch.
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