Why is your source’s author making this argument? What is at stake for him or her?


Choose three articles from your selected topic in the Research Kit to read through and compare.
As you read through each article, consider the three main questions for analyzing secondary sources from Theme 2:
What argument is your source’s author making? (This is the thesis statement.)
Why is your source’s author making this argument? What is at stake for him or her?
Where are there weak points in your source’s arguments? Do you see any potential bias or flaws in your source’s argument
Copy and paste the full citation of each article in the Article Citation field. Next, explain in the chart how you think the historical context in which these articles were written may have impacted the authors’ interpretations of the articles. You are encouraged to check out this site (http://www.ushistory.org/us/index.asp) to help you formulate your thoughts on the historical context of your three articles. Use information from the articles to complete the Historical Context Chart.

 

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