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Presidential Research Paper Guidelines
HIS 204: United States History 2
Select a U.S. presidential administration between 1865 and 2000 (Andrew Johnson to William Clinton). In a 4-6 page (excluding title page, Notes and Bibliography) paper, evaluate how the President handled one major problem/crisis during his term in office.
You should consider the following factors when evaluating the president’s actions in managing the issue:
Your paper must be more than just a biographical sketch of the president. You will be assessed on the effectiveness of your analysis of the presidency. You need to think about and evaluate what the president did while handling the crisis.
Examples: (Not eligible topics for this course)
Thomas Jefferson—British/French attacks on American commerce
Andrew Jackson—Nullification Crisis
Abraham Lincoln—South Carolina attack on Fort Sumter
The body of the paper must be at least four pages in length (excludes title page, notes page and bibliography). Typed, double-spaced. 12 point Times Roman font. 1 inch margins.
A minimum of four scholarly resources are required. Students are not permitted to use textbooks, children’s books, sparksnotes or encyclopedias. Only 1 source can be a scholarly website.
Chicago Manual of Style. Please consult the GCC library webpage for additional information concerning the Chicago style. There is a 25 point deduction for papers that don’t use the Chicago Manual of Style format!