1. Essays are to follow the Chicago format.
2. Essays are to exceed 500 words and be less than 1000 words.
3. Essays are to include a minimum of three sources: one primary source, one secondary source and the required text. Each source must be cited in-text and direct quotes used.
4. Essays are to be free of grammar, spelling, syntax and usage errors.
5. Essays are to be double-spaced, typed in Times New Roman 12-point font, and include, as required by the Chicago style, a title page, footnotes and a properly formatted bibliography.
6. Essays are to include a well-constructed, highly focused thesis statement on a topic of your choice, but one chosen from the topics covered in the chapters examined and discussions conducted in each part. A list of possible topics will be released and discussed in the corresponding discussion forum dedicated to each essay.
The Details of the paper are as follow:
Introduction, three body paragraphs, and Conclusion. Perhaps break it down into good, bad, and ugly; or winners, losers, long-term impact; or discuss it as an early version of globalization…lots of ways to attack it.