Choose one of the Unit 1 readings and make an argument about the writer’s main claim. Your argument should identify a problem with some aspect of the writer’s claim, should provide solid reasoning and text-based evidence for your ideas, and should say something about what you hope your paper will contribute to the larger academic conversation. The paper should be able to be understood without prior knowledge of the class readings. It should include a summary of the main argument your chosen writer makes, as well as summarize information, as needed, from the larger conversation in order to support your claim, and/or anticipate opposing positions.
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