Spell Check Feature How Did The West Create And F

Spell Check Feature How Did The West Create And F

Spell Check Feature How Did The West Create And F

Some historians argue that the frontier was the cradle of liberty, that it created the individual American spirit of equality. Other historians claim that the frontier was a multiethnic place full of inequality. Using the materials provided, explain both arguments. How did the West create and foster American individuality and equality? In what ways was the West a place of discrimination and inequality?

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3.  Write from the general to the specific.

When writing a good essay, you should present your argument in broad terms and then spend your essay defending your position with specific points.  These points should be drawn from the textbook and the lecture notes.  Make sure not to ramble.  You should have a focused essay.

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5.  Quote sparingly.

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