HIST 1025 Take Home Exam 1 2013

E foner p 132 yezierska p 12 knights of labor preamble

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Unformatted text preview: (see the Three Tests for a Good Thesis handout). I do NOT recommend you pursue web- based or other research, especially given space constraints. You should have more than enough to draw upon in the course materials. Successful answers keep the central focus on analysis of historical issues, chosen topic and relevant themes of the course. See last page for important instructions if you do decide to consult web- based sources. For course materials, simple parenthetical citations are fine, i.e. (Foner, p. 132); (Yezierska, p. 12); (Knights of Labor, Preamble); (lecture, 10/1). If you prefer endnotes, that’s fine so long as you use them correctly. (See Citation Guide handout for proper formats.) In neither case do citations count against the word max; you may subtract them from your total. Plagiarism- checking software (turnitin.com) is enabled for this assignment, so be sure to avoid any inappropriate or unattributed use of sources, texts, websites, or others’ papers. This assignment is also subject to the honor code oath, and by uploading it to D2L you affirm that: “On my honor as a University of Colorado at Boulder student, I have neither given nor received unauthorized assistance on this work.” See last page for explanation of what kinds of help are acceptable, student access to turnitin.com reports, a few more details on formatting, and suggestions for how to produce your best work – this assignment is designed with that goal in mind. The complete exam is due via upload to the D2L dropbox only (no hard copy needed) by Monday Octobe...
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