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It should be 5-7 pages, double spaced, with 1-inch margins, page numbers, and 12-point Times New Roman font.  Answer one of the questions below.  Base your essay on the assigned readings which will be provided, and lectures up through Wednesday, March 14th.  Make sure to cite at least three readings in your essay.
Citation:  You should use parenthetical citation in this paper. If you are quoting from the reader write (Reader, p.#) after the quote. If you are citing from a different source write the author’s last name and page number “…” (author, p.#). If you are citing a lecture write the title of the lecture. If you are citing a documentary write the title of the film. There is no need to provide a bibliography.
-Clearly state your thesis (argument) in the opening paragraph of the paper. Refer back to that argument throughout the paper.
-Include specific evidence from the readings in your paper.  Every paragraph in the main body should refer to the readings.  Provide at least three direct quotes from the readings.
-Always write in the simple past tense for history papers.  But don’t change the verb tense within direct quotes.
-Avoid passive voice if at all possible.  For example, rather than “The army was desegregated.” Write, “Truman desegregated the army.”
-Make sure you have fully answered the question.  Avoid unrelated discussions or broad generalizations (e.g.  “Throughout history there has always been racism.”)
-Avoid using the same word multiple times.
-Double-space your paper, use 12-point Times New Roman font,  1-inch margins, and provide page numbers.
-Spell check your paper.  Before printing it out read it out loud to catch careless grammar errors or awkward wording.  Do not turn in a rough draft.
Answer one of the following questions. Remember to cite at least three readings in your essay:
Questions:
1.    After Reconstruction segregation and violence increased dramatically in the South. How did African Americans respond to deepening racism between 1880 and 1950?  What forms of resistance do you think were most effective?
2.    Trace the struggle for Civil Rights through at least three Supreme Court decisions. How important is jurisprudence in the struggle for civil rights?
3.    How did the first and second Great Migrations impact the long civil rights movement? Do you think the movement would have been as successful if the majority of blacks remained in the South?
4.    How does a focus on the civil rights movement prior to 1960 disrupt the “master narrative” as described by Jacqueline Dowd Hall in her article “The Long Civil Rights Movement and the Political Uses of the Past?”

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civil rights in america

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It should be 5-7 pages, double spaced, with 1-inch margins, page numbers, and 12-point Times New Roman font.  Answer one of the questions below.  Base your essay on the assigned readings which will be provided, and lectures up through Wednesday, March 14th.  Make sure to cite at least three readings in your essay.
Citation:  You should use parenthetical citation in this paper. If you are quoting from the reader write (Reader, p.#) after the quote. If you are citing from a different source write the author’s last name and page number “…” (author, p.#). If you are citing a lecture write the title of the lecture. If you are citing a documentary write the title of the film. There is no need to provide a bibliography.
-Clearly state your thesis (argument) in the opening paragraph of the paper. Refer back to that argument throughout the paper.
-Include specific evidence from the readings in your paper.  Every paragraph in the main body should refer to the readings.  Provide at least three direct quotes from the readings.
-Always write in the simple past tense for history papers.  But don’t change the verb tense within direct quotes.
-Avoid passive voice if at all possible.  For example, rather than “The army was desegregated.” Write, “Truman desegregated the army.”
-Make sure you have fully answered the question.  Avoid unrelated discussions or broad generalizations (e.g.  “Throughout history there has always been racism.”)
-Avoid using the same word multiple times.
-Double-space your paper, use 12-point Times New Roman font,  1-inch margins, and provide page numbers.
-Spell check your paper.  Before printing it out read it out loud to catch careless grammar errors or awkward wording.  Do not turn in a rough draft.
Answer one of the following questions. Remember to cite at least three readings in your essay:
Questions:
1.    After Reconstruction segregation and violence increased dramatically in the South. How did African Americans respond to deepening racism between 1880 and 1950?  What forms of resistance do you think were most effective?
2.    Trace the struggle for Civil Rights through at least three Supreme Court decisions. How important is jurisprudence in the struggle for civil rights?
3.    How did the first and second Great Migrations impact the long civil rights movement? Do you think the movement would have been as successful if the majority of blacks remained in the South?
4.    How does a focus on the civil rights movement prior to 1960 disrupt the “master narrative” as described by Jacqueline Dowd Hall in her article “The Long Civil Rights Movement and the Political Uses of the Past?”

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