<Write a 3-4-page essay on one of the two questions listed below, based on the question that you were assigned on D2L. The paper is due at 10:00 AM on Friday, May 1. Five points (out of 100) will be deducted from late papers five minutes after the deadline, and five more points will be deducted for every additional 24-hour period that the paper has not been submitted.
The essay should be in 12-point, Times New Roman font, double-spaced and with 0 point space before or after paragraphs, with 1” margins on all sides. Number all pages, with your last name next to the page number in the footer. Do not include a cover sheet—simply put the following information in the top left- hand corner of the first page, single-spaced:
Hist 2020 –
Before the deadline, you must submit an electronic copy of the paper in a .doc or .docx file to Dropbox on the course D2L page. You can find the link to Dropbox on the menu bar at the top of the course homepage. I will deduct points from papers that do not follow all of these submission guidelines. Ask if you’re not sure how to do one of these things, and I’ll provide specific instructions.
Successful answers will utilize significant material from the book in responding to the question. Be sure to cite all evidence used in the paper—whether it is a quotation, a summary of an author’s point, or even a simple fact—using parenthetical references with the page number in the book where you found the information, i.e., Green writes, “The invention of dynamite had changed the calculus of power. Now the weakest, most wretched elements of society had a weapon that could inflict incalculable damage” (10). Or, if it’s not a quote: Green contends that dynamite provided a new and potent weapon for groups practicing political violence (10). There’s no need to include a “Works Cited” page. All work on this assignment must be your own, and the use of sources from outside of the course is not permitted.
I expect that your second paper will demonstrate improvement in the areas critiqued in my comments on your first paper. Be sure to read these comments carefully and let me know if you have any questions.
All work on this paper must be your own, completed without unauthorized aid. Plagiarism—or presenting the work of another person as your own—is an unfortunate reality on college campuses today. If a plagiarized paper is submitted to me, I will report the case immediately to the MTSU Office of Academic Affairs. If Academic Affairs finds that the paper has been plagiarized, the penalty is an F for the course. The university may levy additional penalties, including suspension and even expulsion. On D2L, your work will be subjected to TurnItIn software designed to detect instances of plagiarism. Most plagiarized work—generally stolen from Internet sources—is easy to identify and of very low quality. You are much better off making use of your own creative mind to analyze the material than submitting poor work done by a stranger in response to an unrelated set of questions. If you are thinking of plagiarizing, ask yourself if it is worth the risk of getting kicked out of school. Of course, if you are unsure if something constitutes plagiarism, I would be glad to clarify citation requirements and discuss how to avoid unintentional forms of plagiarism in your work. Do not be afraid to ask if you have questions!
Without further ado, please write an essay on the question that you were assigned on D2L. If you do not write on the correct question, you will receive a 0 on the paper.
In Guantanamo Diary: Restored Edition, Mohamedou Ould Slahi writes that “those responsible in GTMO broke all the principles upon which the US was built.” Why does he believe this to be the case? What does Slahi’s life suggest about the nature of the American Empire at the start of the 21st century?
Just to be clarify… everything required for this paper must come from the book itself. No outside sources. Also, just look at the pages xvii-lii, 38-41, 191-302, and 359-69.
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