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Choose two (TOTAL) of the primary sources from the chapters listed and answer (FOR EACH): (attached down)
1. Who wrote the piece (include type of person/title, not just the name), and why?
2. What was the point of the piece? Why did they write it?
3. Who was the audience intended to be?
4. How did the piece change your understanding of the era? Why would this document be important to include in this series? Be specific.
The best essays will have introduction, supporting paragraphs (utilizing material from the primary source!), quotes from the source, and a conclusion.
Your essay should be 2-4 full pages.