The Revolutionary War is over, and the Americans have successfully united to overthrow British rule to establish a new country. Yet divisions have started to emerge between the Federalists and Antifederalists. Write a political broadside (like a letter that you would post in a public place) urging your neighbors to join either the Federalist or Antifederalist cause. Why do you think one or the other will do the best job of defending personal liberty, promoting the development of the United States, and/or keeping the new nation united? What fears do you have if the other side gets its way?
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The paper demonstrates that you have
thought critically about the essay question and have considered all aspects of the question. Utilizes documentary and other evidence to make a reasoned historical argument.
Paper is organized in a logical manner with
clear introduction, body paragraphs, and conclusion.
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errors, answers all parts of the question, and meets the length requirements. Your paper includes citations in parentheses of information from textbook, documents, or other course material.
Paper considers the style of writing
demanded by the essay question (i.e., letter, diary entry, etc.).
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