Discussion and debate of issues of public concern

American Value 1: Liberty:

Reading that illustrates Value 1: Thomas Paine: from Common Sense (1776)

Of the Origin and Design of Government in General, with Concise Remarks on the English Constitution

Of Monarchy and Hereditary Succession

Thoughts on the Present State of American Affairs

American Value 2: Legal Equality and Equality of Opportunity:

Reading that illustrates Value 2: Dr. Martin Luther King: “I Have a Dream” (1963)

Compose a brief essay of at least 400 words but no more than 600 words (not including your references list) reflecting on the influence and importance of above listed values, particularly to the discussion and debate of issues of public concern and to the actions of different levels of government. Be sure to bring in relevant ideas from the essays that correspond to those values and to offer your critical thinking opinion of the ideas you synthesize.

Write an essay form (that is, in paragraphs, not in bullet points). Be as specific and precise as possible.

Write in Arial font, size 14 Reference specific ideas from at least the two readings that illustrate these values. Always name the author whose ideas you are discussing (use the author’s full name the first time you refer to him/her; after that, identify authors by their last names).

Provide in-text citations for all ideas, opinions, and facts derived from the course readings, whether you simply refer to them, paraphrase them (put them entirely into your own words), or quote them. Place the in-text citation at the end of your sentence but before the period that ends your sentence. The in-text citation should give the author’s last name (unless you’ve used it already in your sentence), the year of publication (if known), and the appropriate page number(s) from the reading (if page numbers are used in the online text of the essay). Do not use the title of the reading unless it does not have an author).

Here’s an example of a citation for the Thomas Paine reading for Week 1: (Paine, 1776).

Here’s an example of a citation for the John Locke reading for Week 2: (Locke, 1689, pp. 46-47).

Provide a References list at the end of your essay that includes bibliographic references for every reading cited in your essay.

Note: Your references list does not count toward your minimum word count.

Center the word References (do not underline it, place it in quotation marks, or place it in bold or larger size font).

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