SSH 102 Final Essay Spring II 2020 (Murphy)
Your essays are required to be at least 750 words long and in paragraph form with topic sentences. Use specific details and form complete sentences.
If you use a quote from Foner or Zinn, it must be cited (MLA or APA). If you use a source other than Foner or Zinn, it must be cited as well. Please keep all quotations and citations very brief, and paraphrase whenever possible. This essay should be either entirely, or almost entirely, in your own words.
Since you are writing this outside of a classroom where time is limited, your answers are expected to be more comprehensive, thoughtful, and detailed than in an in-class essay. Some of the questions may require some information that we have not yet covered in the class but is available through further research into the textbook or other sources.
Choose one of the questions below to construct your essay around. Grading of your exam will be based upon organization, clarity, completeness, thinking, writing, and content
Warning: Any detected plagiarism, cut and paste from another source, duplicate efforts, or similar attempts at cheating will result in a grade of 0 for the final exam. Your final essay will be worth 50 points. Completed exams are due Monday, August 1 by midnight.
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