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HIST 178 Syll (Sp'14)

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Unformatted text preview: from regularly scheduled exams. HIST 178: Crash, Depression & War, 1920 ­1950 / Gendzel – Spring 2014 Page 4 of 11 WRITING REQUIREMENTS Source Analysis Paper (5 ­7 pages due at 10:30 AM on Tues., Mar. 18, or Tues., May 6) You are required to write a 5 ­7 page Source Analysis Paper on a topic of your choice about U.S. history 1920 ­1950 using at least FOUR approved primary sources. Each source must contain at least 1500 words and the combined total of all of your sources must be at least 6000 words. All of your sources must come from the list of approved databases posted on the course website—not from the textbooks, any other books, or any unapproved databases or websites. Your paper must describe, analyze, compare, quote from, and properly cite an adequate number of approved sources in order to receive a passing grade. For details...
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