Your response should make an argument, try to get your reader to see something a

Your response should make an argument, try to get your reader to see something a particular way. You are
not, however, just giving your opinion . . .
1. You should support your statements and argument with historical evidence from our readings and discussions.
2. For sources uses any notes and ideas you think can add on to your argument besides the documents used.
5. You should discuss at least 2 different time periods and 2 different geographical regions in your response.

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