Assignment I - Content Justice According to Whom?Justice...

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Content Justice According to Whom?Justice Essay Assignment Choose one of the following topics Consider two of the authors in the Justice section. Spring forward to our world today and connect it with the ideas of these writers. Are these ideas about justice being practiced in the world today? Explain where and how with examples from their writings and with current news stories of today. Begin with an introductory thesis statement in which you express your perspective, back it up with evidence from your texts, and then be sure to documents your sources correctly. OR Consider Thoreau’s view of acting by conscience. Find one other writer in this Justice section and a second outside source who either agrees or disagrees with Thoreau’s ideas. Discuss how they are the same and/or different. Begin with an introductory thesis statement in which you express your perspective, back it up with evidence from your texts, and then be sure to documents your sources correctly. OR Other ideas? Come up with your own idea that involves two writers (at least one in our book) on a topic connected to justice. Final draft specifics Your final draft must: Be between 1250 and 1750 words before the Works Cited page (roughly 5 to 7 pages)
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Be in MLA manuscript format (match your format to the format of the sample paper on page 413 of QA ) Include an appropriate Works Cited page – remember that you’re responsible for citing EVERY source that you paraphrase, quote, or summarize, regardless of whether it appears in your book or elsewhere Balance your words and ideas with source information (80% your discussion and analysis and no more than 20%
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