Paper should be proofread and free of grammar and syntax errors

Learning Goal: I’m working on a history project and need a sample draft to help me learn.Paper topicDrawing specific examples from the assigned reading, write a 700-1,000 word paper explaining the historical context in which the ratification debates were conducted. Analyze the content of the speeches. What were the major concerns expressed in these speeches? Conclude with a discussion of what you see as the primary differences between Federalists and Anti-Federalists. Were they more concerned about politics or economics? Explain.PrepareTo prepare for this assignment, carefully read Brown and Shannon, Going to the Source, vol. 1 Chapter 6 “Debating the Constitution: Speeches from the Ratification Convention” Complete the source table to help you analyze the speeches before you write. If you need additional sources, use the resources listed under “To Find Out More” at the end of the chapter. IMPORTANT: You may not use any other outside sources except those specifically listed in the chapter.WatchFor further help on your papers I have provided a link to a film about the constitution. The documents assigned for this paper are speeches from the ratification debates. Once Americans had written a new constitution, each American colony had to ratify that constituion before it became the law of the new nation. To learn more about the writing of the U.S. Constitution, watch this film from the Leonore Annenberg Institute for Civics. Click on this link (opens in a new window ~22 min.): Creating a Constitution.(UPDATE: In case the link above fails I have provided an alternate link to the same video here: Creating a Constitution)Paper Formatdouble spaced
12 pt font, Times New Roman
1 inch margins
footnotes/endnotes (no parenthetical citations)
700-1,000 words in length
Paper should be proofread and free of grammar and syntax errors

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