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Must not include 1st or 2nd personal pronouns (For example, “I,” “me,” “you”) Wi
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Must not include 1st or 2nd personal pronouns (For example, “I,” “me,” “you”) Wi
Must not include 1st or 2nd personal pronouns (For example, “I,” “me,” “you”) Will be cited according to MLA standards, including parenthetical notation and a Works Cited page. MLA requires a works cited page. Failure to properly cite sources is a form of plagiarism and will result in a score of zero (see the Purdue Owl or type in the name of the citation type into a search engine for help). Will include a clearly defined thesis, a statement that shows what the author intends to prove in a paper. For this paper, it will probably be a statement regarding the overall effectiveness of the President, and then you’ll spend the rest of the paper proving the thesis. Political affiliation and philosophical views, including the president’s party and its platform at the time he was elected. Provide historical context for why this president was elected at that time. Accomplishments ● domestic affairs ● foreign affairs Reaction to new situations (willingness to act) ● innovative (creative) ● flexible Use of power ● expands presidential power ● action-oriented ● use of executive orders • Supreme Court confirmations Creates national pride ● vision of a greater America ● brings out the best in the nation General prestige ● short run – while in office ● long run – after office Other: Crisis Leadership, Vision, pursue justice for all, 7. Use three to four of the criteria above as the body paragraphs. For each criteria give a detailed analysis of how each helps support your argument that your President was effective. Analysis includes specific historical evidence (ex: a piece of legislation passed) and an explanation for HOW and WHY this evidence proves how great he was. The analysis should include counterclaims/perspectives that disagree with your logic. However, you should explain why that argument is flawed. 8. Required length is 5 pages (plus a works cited page) 10. Must include research from a range of sources: scholarly website, scholarly journals, and 11. Sources (minimum of 5 sources)

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