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This assignment has 2 parts one page discussion and 4 page essay discussion needs to be done in 24 HOURS the essay can be later as the date I assigned

This assignment has 2 parts: one page discussion and 4 page essay
discussion needs to be done in 24 HOURS, the essay can be later as the date I assigned The purpose of this assignment is to have you:
! Read a peer-reviewed scholarly article critically, paying
particular attention to the authors main argument(s) and
approach to the subject matter.
! Provide a brief summary of the supporting evidence and
arguments used to substantiate the thesis.
! Reflect on the ideas and arguments raised in the reading and, if
possible, relate them to other course readings. ! Expressyourideasclearlyinwriting.
Instructions
Choose ONE of the following articles/readings that relates to material from Modules 1-3 of the course:
Samuel P. Huntington, The West Unique, Not Universal, Foreign Affairs 75, no. 6 (Nov.-Dec. 1996): 28-46.
Earl H. Kinmonth, Nakamura Keiu and Samuel Smiles: A Victorian Confucian and a Confucian Victorian, American Historical Review 85, no. 3 (June 1980): 535-556.
Rammohan Roy and the Advent of Constitutional Liberalism in India, 1800-1830, Modern Intellectual History 4, no. 1 (2007) 25-41.
Marina Carter and Crispin Bates, Empire and Locality: A Global Dimention to the 1857 Indian Uprising, Journal of Global History 5, no. 1 (March 2010): 51-73.
Jrgen Frster, Ludendorff and Hitler in Perspective: The Battle for the German Soldiers Mind, 19171944 War in History 10, no. 3 ( 2003): 321334.
James Harris, Encircled By Enemies: Stalins Perceptions of the Capitalist World, 19181941, Journal of Strategic Studies 30, no. 3 (June 2007): 513-545.
Samuel P. Huntington, The Clash of Civilizations? Foreign Affairs 72, no. 3 (Summer 1993): 22-49.
Write an essay in which you identify the subject of the reading, the authors thesis (or main argument) and the kinds of evidence used to substantiate that thesis. You will then assess the reading in two ways. First, explain whether or not you found the argument convincing, and why (or why not). Second, try to relate what you learned from the reading to other materials you have read or viewed as part of your course assignments.
Enclose any passages you cite in quotation marks (if quoted word for word) and indicate the source of the reference (authors name, title, and page number) in a footnote or endnote. You will find more information in the Chicago Style Citation Guide link on the course site.
Present your 4-page essay in typed, 12-point font, double-spaced format. Avoid exceeding the specified length. Your essay will be graded on content (your understanding of the reading/article), presentation, and writing (grammar, syntax, etc.). Your essay should be submitted in a single file, in .doc, .docx, or .rtf format, sent to the instructor by email on or before the due date. Please format the document title so it includes the course code, your surname, and the assignment number. For example: 1702Smith1.doc

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