Answer the question below with a multi-paragraph essay.
This is a formal writing assignment. Students are expected to use proper punctuation, capitalization and grammar.
Essays should be written in a 12 point font and be double-spaced.
Students are allowed to use their notes and the textbook but additional websites are unnecessary and should not be used as resources.
Write in your own words; do not quote from the textbook.
Your essay must contain at least 700 words.
These assignments will be checked for plagiarism.
Failure to follow any of the directions above or obtaining higher than 30% matching percentile in the plagiarism check will result in an F for failure to follow instructions.
How did the proposals of the Populists and Progressives in the late 1800s and early 1900s shape the New Deal reform efforts of Franklin Roosevelt’s administration in the 1930s? Consider specific proposals and legislation in your answer.
Remember that you are arguing that the proposals did, in fact, shape New Deal programs. Persuade me that these earlier reformers influenced FDR.
Tips for success:
Answer the question directly.
Be precise; do not assume that I know what you are talking about.
Consider this an argumentative essay, which needs evidence to back up your position.
Include an introductory and concluding paragraph.
Avoid clichs and popular slang
Do not use first person
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