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“That Long Western Border: Canada, the United States, and a Century of Economic Change.”

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 Analysis

[a] Thesis Statement: A clear, concise statement stating (do not describe)

1.WHAT the author is arguing (the “big idea”)

  1. HOW they argue the WHAT (sub-arguments or supporting arguments).

try to clearly and comprehensively identify WHAT the author is arguing (his big idea) and HOW he argues the WHAT (the supporting arguments). 

        [b] Arguments:

1.State the main arguments as they relate to WHAT (the big idea) that the author is arguing.

  1. Under each argument you should list (with summary and paraphrase) some of the evidence presented by the author that proves or supports his/her argument.

(This is not a summary of the article, but rather evidence that is directly relevant to the argument). You should do this in point form and include page number references.

  1. Critical Assessment:

– draw some conclusions about what the author is saying about their argument.

– Why this article is important?

– How does it contribute to your understanding of a particular topic?

be much more specific and direct in your analysis of the article and your critique of its importance. 

Name:                                                                 Theme:                                                                             Date:

Article:  (Exact Bibliographic Reference)

Thesis:  (no more than one or two sentences )

– clearly and succinctly state WHAT the author argues and HOW s/he argues it

Argument #1:

– Evidence that supports argument #1:  (not a summary, point form preferred)

– be sure it is clear how the evidence listed supports the sub-arguments in the thesis statement

Argument #2:

– Evidence that supports argument #2:  (not a summary, point form preferred)

– be sure it is clear how the evidence listed supports the sub-arguments in the thesis statement

Argument #3:

– Evidence that supports argument #3:  (not a summary, point form preferred)

– be sure it is clear how the evidence listed supports the sub-arguments in the thesis statement

Etc.

Critical Assessment:

– this should be at least a paragraph in length and should reflect some critical thought on not only the books/articles but also the way in which it has contributed to your understanding of Canada-US Relations

. Critical Assessment:

-Try to draw some conclusions about what the author(s) is/are saying about their argument.

-Why is the scholarship important?

– How does it contribute to your understanding of a particular topic?

Solution

Title; “That Long Western Border: Canada, the United States, and a Century of Economic Change.”

Pages; 2

Style; MLA

Paper Preview

Abbott, Carl. “That Long Western Border: Canada, the United States, and a Century of Economic Change.” Proquest. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2002. Web. 25 Feb. 2016.

  1. Thesis Statement:
  • Thesis:
  • Abbott argues that despite the Cascadian vision attractions, the national border between Canada and the United States divided the Northwest significantly by the end of the twentieth century than it was the case at the beginning. He asserts that the U.S.-Canada border had a notable effect on the two overlapping economies, namely the Old West and the New West.

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