Please Note Analysis is different than summary You must note simply summarize

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****Please Note: Analysis is different than summary. You must note simply summarize or describe the documents in your paper. You must critically evaluate them and explain why there are significant. **** Primary Sources
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1. Excerpt from Thomas Dixon, The Leopard’s Spots (New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1902), 365-71. 2. Senator Benjamin R.“ Pitchfork Ben ” Tillman, Speech before the Senate, March 1900. 3. Mary Church Terrell, “ Lynching from a Negro’s Point of View “, The North American Review, Vol. 178, No. 571 (Jun., 1904), pp. 853-868. 4. Ida B. Wells, “Lynch Law in America,” Speech in Chicago, 1902. Requirements: · You must submit your paper to Canvas no later than 11:59 pm on the due date. · The paper should be submitted as a Word document. Please note that Google docs can alter the format of your footnotes.
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· This paper should be 1000-1200 words long, double-spaced, 12 pt. Times New Roman Font. · You must integrate and analyze a minimum of three of the above sources in your paper · This paper is worth 100 points. · All papers must include footnotes and a bibliography formatted according to the Chicago Manual of Style . See the Citation Guide on Canvas. Writing the Essay: Success in course writing assignments will depend on careful research and clear writing. · Thesis and Introduction: A strong thesis goes beyond simply reporting what you found; it uses the evidence to broaden, qualify, or even contradict our understanding of an important theme in U.S.
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