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What were the primary causes of the Great War?

Select only one of the three questions below and write an essay of 3-5 pages. Make sure to use correct citations and a correct bibliography (Chicago Manual of Style citation method). Cite all ideas, whether quotes or paraphrases, you get from any scholarly source (do not use Internet resources). You are required to use a minimum of two outside (of class) scholarly sources in addition to the class readings. Avail yourself of UMUC resources from the class, plus search JSTOR and EbscoHost on the UMUC Library's website for outside scholarly resources. Materials derived from the UMUC library computer database for scholarly articles are not Internet resources, thus they are acceptable. I urge you strongly to use JSTOR and EbscoHost for your scholarly materials. When you search, go directly to those databases. I have attached here in Week 3 Content my Writing Guide (called "Grammar, Style, Citation Guide") to assist you in writing the essay by providing clear grammar/style rules in addition to proper footnote and bibliography formatting. You are required to use this document before you submit the essay. Be well acquainted with the Writing Guide as I will be using it to determine in large part your grade for the paper. If you choose, you may work with UMUC's Effective Writing Center for assistance, tips, and more useful writing guides. assistance from the Effective Writing Center Fellows. Once again, I will not accept any essays with Internet sources, so no websites. paper must have a clear thesis (answer to the question) and a clear method (how you are answering the question) in the last sentence of the introduction. It must utilize analysis based on scholarly evidence to prove the thesis. The paper must be typed, in Word (no PDFs or other file types), double-spaced with one-inch margins, and no cover page. Do not use more than two quotes and none should be longer than three lines. Follow this rule closely. I will base your grade on the essay’s clarity (an explicit thesis and method are critical), logic, effectiveness of argumentation, grammar/style/correct citation format (assimilate the Writing Guide), the correct use of scholarly sources, and use of evidence. Question#2: What were the primary causes of the Great War? Select two specific causes (there are obviously many more than two but limit to two for the essay) and analyze how these two causes were interrelated.
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