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Primary Source Paper #2

It is early 1969, and Richard M. Nixon has just been sworn in as President of the United States. You, a book reviewer at a newspaper or magazine of your choice, have just received an advance copy of Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five for review. Utilizing the book, assigned primary sources, your personal feelings about America in the aftermath of 1968, and your knowledge of the domestic and international current events, write an argument-driven book review for a popular audience. 【See the requirement for details】
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