Select two of the sources presented in the assigned readings or the section on primary and secondary sources and write your 450 word essay providing context that will: Demonstrate the essential points made by the source. Place those essential points into a 450 word narrative demonstrating their significance to our understanding of the war. In other words, why is this source important? What about its context makes its information significant? Source 1 https://contentumuc.edu/file/48b0fe6f-8bea-4574-980d-340002addf6c/1/2148/BYU%20Documents/The%20Balfour%20Declaration.pdf Source 2 http://germanhistorydocs.ghi-dc.orgisub_document.cfm?document_id=811
After selecting a historical topic to research further, the next step in the research process is to create a research plan that compiles primary and secondary sources First, applying what you just learned about narrowing research questions, revise your research questions from your Topic Exploration Worksheet. Explain how you approached revising your research questions to assist your instructor in understanding your approach. This will help you draft an introduction to a hypothetical research paper with a strong thesis statement. Second, applying what you have teamed about comparing primary sources and analyzing secondary sources, do a deeper dive into the primary […]
(8) Analyze, explain and evaluate Marx and Engel’s argument in The Manifesto of the Communist Party. Why are Marx and Engels opposed to the economic system of capitalism? Why is capitalism exploitative? How does capitalism produce two distinct classes – i.e. the bourgeoisie and the proletariat? How is industrialized capitalism self-destructive? Why do the authors think that a socio-political revolution is inevitable? How does the Manifesto reply to the objection concerning the abolition of private property? How do the authors respond to the objection concerning the community of women? While Marx and Engels give us a clear outline of what […]
How was northern life different for European women? That gender roles and expectations are reflected in their writings? Your assignment title should describe the scope and topic of your exercise. Your brief introduction should end with a thesis statement—the central point or idea that you will explore or prove in the assignment. Then, in the main body, provide your main supporting points based on details from the text/s, as well as research from one scholarly secondary source. Your brief conclusion should restate your thesis statement and explain the importance or implications of your findings.