ASSIGNMENT ID
13300
SUBJECT AREA English Language
DOCUMENT TYPE Essay
CREATED ON 19th February 2016
COMPLETED ON 21st February 2016
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Expository essay agreeing or disagreeing with murrays essay "are too many people going to college?"

It must be MLA format. If you have the bug they say I say, the essay is in the book on page 222 and the essay is called "are too many people going to college? "By Charles Murray. Or you can find it online. And the expository paper, I am supposed to be there agreeing or disagreeing with Murrays statement. And it is supposed to be two pages or a minimum of 750 words. THE DEADLINE IS FEBUARY 21st!!! NOT THE 22nd. IF ANYONR CAN GET THIS DONE FOR ME BY 1159pm ON FEBUARY 21st ON SUNDAY PLEASE LET ME KNOW. THANK YOU
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