Choose a primary source to analyze from the chapter. After rereading it carefully, write a 2-page paper that explains the significance of the source and how it relates to the secondary essays and the lecture for that week. Your papers should make an argument about the primary source based on our exercise, “How to Read a Primary Source,” and on the following questions:
Who wrote this source?
What is the perspective of the author?
What does the source tell us about when it was written?
How does the source connect to the secondary essays in the chapter and to our lecture? In other words, what does the source tell us about broader historical themes and trends?
Essays should be 2 pages long (12 pt. font, double-spaced)
Your papers should be well organized, clearly written, and free from spelling and grammatical errors
For citations, use a simple in-text parenthetical citation that notes the specific primary source or essay and the page number. For example, (Sanger, 202) or (Larson, 217).
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