DOCUMENT TYPE Annotated Bibliography
CREATED ON 2nd May 2019
COMPLETED ON 4th May 2019
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Research Submission – Annotated Bibliography (The Origins of the Great Depression)

You are required to use both of your texts from the class in your Annotated Bibliography, as well as, three other sources: At least one of the other sources MUST be a primary source Example of an Annotated Bibliography Entry: McKay, John P., et al. A History of Western Society. Bedford/St. Martin's, 2017. This source is a textbook. It will help me write my paper by providing me with the needed background information on the subject. While it is not a deep analytical dive into the content of the subject, it is useful in giving me cursory information that can be useful in my dissection of the text. I will mainly be focusing on the content from chapters 15 and 16, as my paper deals with exploration of the new world, but portions of the entire text may be cited.
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