Compare the opposing pro-slavery and anti-slavery perspectives.

Be sure you write a thorough essay for a history class. You should have a thesis sentence for each paragraph that answers the questions being asked and states the argument that you will make. Provide actual historical evidence as proof for your argument and pay attention to your grammar (I need to be able to understand what you are explaining). Most students aim for a six-paragraph essay or 1,000 to 1,500 words to complete this assignment; they include an introductory paragraph, a body paragraph for each set of sources, and a concluding paragraph. However, you are not limited to just six paragraphs. I suggest that you write until you have sufficiently answered the questions provided below. You will need to read the four primary sources and then compare the opposing pro-slavery and anti-slavery perspectives.

The Introduction should describe in general the issue that is being debated. For example, you may analyze the importance of these issues to the culture, economics, political system, or social structure at the time. Each Body Paragraph should discuss each document and have at least four sentences, but of course you can write more if you feel the need. First, what the main argument of each perspective is. Then analyze the evidence that provided to support each thesis: What types of evidence are used?; Does the evidence support the thesis? I suggest that you read each document together as a set. First, start with The Declaration of Independence (1776) and The Lincoln-Douglas Debates (1858) because both involve arguments against slavery. Second, read George Fitzhugh and the Proslavery Argument (1854) then Samuel S. Cox Condemns Emancipation (1862), which are pro-slavery arguments. The Conclusion needs to answer the following: How the reading/s change the way in which you understood the subject?; How are the issues presented in the reading/s still relevant to you today? Please explain how your personal background and life experiences might influence your prospective on this topic?; Imagine that you have been asked to tackle a current national or global issue. How would you use the readings to help you do so? All papers must be written in Times New Roman, have 12pt font with 1-inch margins, and be double-spaced. If you paraphrase or directly quote any part of these documents you need to provide a footnote that indicates which source you used and the page number if applicable. The footnote text needs to also be Times New Roman, but 10pt font. You must submit a stapled copy of your Reading Review essay in class on June 27th, along with submitting it on Blackboard under the Course Content/Unit #4/Assignments Folder before class as well. The Reading Review you submit must be the exact same one you gave me in class. If they are not the same, I will not grade them. Late papers will not be accepted. See syllabus for information on late paper submissions.

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