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Introduction: Give a brief overview of the task you are being asked to accomplish, the overall issue being debated, and your point of view (thesis) regarding the validity of the argument regarding pre-Columbian brutality. Make sure that your thesis not only explains your perspective on the issue, but WHY you feel that way, as this will become the major points you will argue in your later body paragraphs.
Body Paragraph One: Discuss what your initial feelings were about this debate issue/question before conducting your outside research and why you felt this way.
Body Paragraph Two: Present and analyze the evidence you discovered during your research into this issue and how it ties into the overall debate.
Body Paragraph Three: Explain how and in what ways the evidence you discovered influenced your perspective on the debate issue/question. Did the evidence you found help to support the validity of that argument? Why or why not?
Conclusion: Overall, do you think pre-Columbian indigenous history is “whitewashed”? Do you think arguments like this should be included in discussions/debates surrounding Columbus Day? Why or why not?