West Civilization Cold War Rhetoric
You will be writing an essay to answer a position question based on western civilization cold war rhetoric in a Word Document
I. Read/Analyze the Documents A-I (links located in this document and in the weblinks folder). Make sure to pay attention to the following document interpretation questions/answers when analyzing these sources to develop your position interpretation: author, primary audience, primary purpose, historical context and significance at that time.
Based on your textbook and supplemental materials (only), answer in your own words and support with document evidence the following questions: What were the main arguments about/against communism, did these arguments change over time-how/when/why, and then in your opinion-were these arguments true or not (defend your opinion)?
Document A: George Kennan’s Long Telegram
Document B: Churchill’s Iron Curtain Speech (mainly concentrate on the last half of speech)
Document C: Truman’s Address to Congress (The Truman Doctrine)
Document D: JFK’s Berlin Speech
Document E: Eisenhower’s Special Message to Congress (to resist communism in the Middle East)
Document F: Margaret Thatcher Britain Awake
Document G: Jimmy Carter’s 1980 State of the Union Address
Document H: Ronald Reagan’s Berlin -Tear down that wall-Speech
Document I: George Bush (Sr.) Remarks Post-Cold War
Guidelines: Identify the Essay first with a title (ex. “Cold War Rhetoric” and then type the essay underneath). Your essay must include a proper introduction, enough body points to prove/support your position with document evidence (from these documents only), and a proper conclusion. Single space-but double space between essay paragraphs. The essay must be at least 5 paragraphs and you must use at least 5 of these documents to support your position (and your choices must represent arguments over time-not just the early cold war).
Your introduction must include a clear thesis statement answering this position question which adds in the preview information of why (ex. “The cold war rhetoric of the “West” argued that…because…and I conclude that these arguments were or were not…”).
Your essay must include enough body paragraphs to prove/support your thesis with document evidence. Because you are using specifically assigned documents A-I, you do not need to formally cite or have a formal bibliography/work cited page for this writing assignment. You may simply reference your specific document support by mentioning it (ex. “According to Document A…” or “One main argument that Truman makes is…as stated in the “The Truman Doctrine” Document C.”).
Remember, your essay must include a proper conclusion which includes a reminder of your thesis statement.
Format: Typed Word document, Times New Roman 12 pt. font and regular 1-inch margins, Single Space-except double space between essay paragraphs (similar to how this guideline document is spaced). Do NOT include a cover page (so NO cover page). At the very top of page one of your assignment document, simply type your Name, Date, and 1122 Writing Assignment 3: Cold War Rhetoric. Include page numbers for this assignment (ex. set this up with the Page Number or Header or Footer function-click on the Insert tab and you will see the button for Page Number or Header or Footer…ex. I used Page number and selected the top right corner and then I clicked on the different first page function so this document begins with labeling p.2).
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