Draft 0 Feedback And Requirements From Professor—–This is an interesting idea. However, from reading this, I am not quite sure what the exact focus of your paper is. Is the act of speaking up you want to focus on the Republican campaign against the Affordable Care Act? That would work well as an idea, and you seem to have a clear opinion about the effectiveness as well. You just have to make very clear that this is your focus and your main argument. Please let me know if you have any questions!
Describe a historical (or current) event in which an individual or a group of people spoke up and argue whether it had (or will have) positive and/or negative effects on society.
In crafting your response, consider how (through speech, writing, action, demonstration, etc.) and why the individual or group spoke up and analyze the societal consequences (good, bad, expected, unexpected, familiar, unprecedented, small, large) it brought about.
While writing your paper, you may find it helpful to refer to the following chapters in Knowing Language: Chapter 3 (Argumentative Writing), Chapter 11 (Using Sources in Academic Writing), Chapter 12 (Writing Cohesively), Chapter 13 (Revising, Editing, and Polishing Your Writing).
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