What is the issue? What are the ethical or moral issues associated with it? How does your study of the issue allow you to make connections with other global economic and/or historical issues? Lastly, what is the legacy of the issue you are writing about? Your term paper should cite the course text, one peer-reviewed article from a historical journal, one peer-reviewed article from an economic journal, and one peer-reviewed article from a philosophical journal. If applicable, one news article from a non-U.S. newspaper must also be cited in the paper. Your paper should be double spaced with one inch margins, and include a cover page and a References page.
In addition to answering the questions above, students are required to self-reflect about the findings of their study. In one to two pages, and citing the course text or other research material, students should discuss how the research and the findings impacted their views about History and Economics.