The end of your paper needs a Works Cited in which the source(s) used are listed (Format is the Chicago Manuel of Style). Information to cite the source you read is located on the last page of Interpreting the Constitution document.
Part I. Introduction
i. Describe in general the issue being debated.
Part II. Historical Debate
ii. What is the main argument in each perspective? On what points do they agree or disagree?
iii. What types of evidence do the authors use and does that evidence support their thesis?
Part III. Conclusion
iv. How did your reading(s) change the way you understood the subject?
v. How are the issues presented in your readings still relevant to you today? Please explain how your personal background and life experiences might influence your perspective on this topic.
vi. Imagine you have been asked to tackle a current national or global issue, how would you use what youve learned to help you do so?constitution document.