KIM WOODS ONLY
OverviewWrite an analytical essay based upon the prompt below and upload completed work into Blackboard through the link below. Worth up to 100 points.Requirements:Be sure to utilize your answers/feedback from Worksheet 4 in crafting your essayDon’t forget about the skills you learned in Folders 1 and 2.Make sure that you provide specific and detailed evidence and explain how it supports your argument.Be sure to analyze not only what changed but also why it changed.Use evidence from a minimum of two primary source documents (you may, of course, use evidence from secondary sources as well)3 pages in length, 12 point type, double-spaced, 1 inch marginsAnalytical, rule of three, styleYou should have at least 9 footnotes (parenthetical cites are not allowed) in the modified Turabian style used in this course (see Guide to Citation Style). Anyone not footnoting will lose from one-half to a full letter grade and may end up plagiarizing (at which point you will earn a 0 for the assignment and your work sent to Student Conduct (we are serious about plagiarism).Do not merely paraphrase other work (whether cited or not) as this is poor scholarship and does not reflect your thoughts and your analysis.PROMPT:Discuss the key social, economic and political changes over time from the 1770s to the 1860s. Successful papers will consider the idea of who is an American and arguments over America’s destiny, the changes wrought by the market revolution, and the arguments over the role of the federal government.Be sure to use the Rule of Three in this assignment. You should have an intro with thesis statement, at least three paragraphs in the body (one for each point of the thesis) and a conclusion. The best way to organize is to use political, economic, and social as your thesis points.This essay must utilize documentary evidence assigned in this course module for some of your evidence.