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10-29 notes - CW I Background II Origins a Ideological...

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10-29 notes For 10/31: No reading Paper Analysis Intro: In this paper I will use two levels of analysis to… First sentence tells what the paper is about Give some background Analysis Pick two levels of analysis Individual level – describe the person involved Apply individual level to explain the Bay of Pigs Because he was unproven… because he had everything handed to him Thus his decisions State level of analysis – explain the CIA How did they impact the Bay of pigs Conclusion Use subtitles: Kennedy, CIA, What do you cite? Direct reference -someone, a work, an idea Quotes Statistics How to cite: In text Footnotes Endnotes Bibliography
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Unformatted text preview: CW I) Background II) Origins a. Ideological Discord i. Political System - Communism v. Democracy ii. Economic System – Planned economy v. Capitalism 1. planned economy – gov. has complete control over all aspect – what will be produced, how much, what materials 2. “the communist manifesto” reaction to capitalism 3. capitalism = exploitation of classes 4. bourgeoisie: owning class – own the means of production 5. proletariat: working class 6. Surplus Labor value: a. Rocky (B) $80 labor b. Carl (P) $20 7. Capitalism a. Profit b. Naturally espansive c. Seek out new markets...
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