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English 302 Churchill Assignment Spring 2010 N.B. I have  bolded  those passages that differ from previous assignments.  I NTRODUCTION Your job on this exam is simple: you will research and develop a case study on Ward Churchill  according to the five stasis questions we’ve been thinking with so far this term. Your job is  simply to understand and articulate what’s at issue in this given case. As with the midterm, you   do not need to take a position; in fact, I don’t want to know your personal opinion.  I simply want  you to describe what’s going on by answering the stasis questions.  I want you to imagine your audience as someone who has heard of Ward Churchill, but does not  know the details of the case and is trying to decide what to think. You have been asked to present  a report on all the facts of the case: the conjectures, the definitions, the causes and consequences,  the values, and the policies— anything  that  might  be at issue. Your job, in effect, is to prep your  audience on anything and everything they would need to know in order to say, “I know about  that Ward Churchill case.”  P ROCEDURE You’ll break this report into five parts, each of which should run about 
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2011 for the course ENG 305 taught by Professor Lynch during the Spring '10 term at Saint Louis.

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