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For the introduction, there should have a little background information like a summary introduce the three articles and a clear thesis that answer the prompt question at the end please be specific for the thesis. For each body paragraph, the first sentence should be a topic sentence that supports the thesis and at least use three quotes totally and it must from all three different articles, to support this idea for every body paragraph. Do not use outside sources, just stick to those three readings. For each quote, there should have an analysis under it, not a summary! to explain why use this quote and the argument of the author want to express to support the topic sentence and relate back to the thesis. Do not use too complicated world and too professional, my professor will notice this is not my paper. I also upload a sample that I wrote before, please follow the same writing formate to write this essay. Please use some complicated quotes instead of the facts, simple quotes.
In her article “Biographies of Hegemony” Karen Ho examines the strong ties between elite universities and the financial sector. She argues that the concept of “smartness” employed by powerful financiers to recruit and empower investment bankers encourages a system of credentials supported by elite Ivy League universities such as Princeton and Harvard: “people’s experiences, their university and career tracking and choices, are constitutive of capitalist hegemony; and the financial is cultural through and through.” Ho’s article reflects on Cathy Davidson’s article “Project Classroom Makeover”, and her critical view of the traditional education principle of hierarchy based on credentials. Based on these two views, please answer the following questions: How might the education system impact the growing inequality that Joseph Stiglitz examines in “Rent Seeking and the Making of an Unequal Society”?