ASSIGNMENT ID
1032621
SUBJECT AREA History
DOCUMENT TYPE Research Paper
CREATED ON 7th July 2019
COMPLETED ON 11th July 2019
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US History Research Paper

The core assignment of this course is a documented research paper (1500-2000 words in length = approx. 3 - 4 pages double spaced, 12-point font). The paper should support a thesis statement with information gained from research or investigation. The paper will not be just a report presenting information, but will be a paper that carefully examines and presents your own historical interpretation of the topic you have chosen and your interpretation of the information you have gathered. The paper may include consideration of problems and solutions, define key terms, or refute arguments against your thesis statement.
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