Please write a multi-paragraph (paragraphs can be 9 + sentences long) essay using the essays or works suggested in this section (at least 2) as your support, as well as (at least 3) outside sources. The overall topic is SEEKING TRUTH AND JUSTICE. The research essay should be written just as your other essays, with an introduction and conclusion, but because of its length, you will need to share your expression with several body paragraphs. That really is the only difference.
Each body paragraph should have a strong conceptual TOPIC SENTENCE that shares ideas you see as relevant to the overall topic(s) Things to considers for your research/brainstorming/intro/focused paragraphs: https://weassistessays.com/essayquestions/ What is truth? In Science? In Politics? In our Society? Where does it begin and end? How much truth can we take? Where does our truth come from? Once we establish our belief system, how often do we question our truth, if ever? How does Truth encounter Justice? Who seeks Justice? Why? What is society’s role in establishing and maintaining TRUTH? Because of America’s history, how should the future look in respect to justice and truth?
How important is it that we as Americans understand American history as it really happened? How has the “establishment” kept people (who are not white men) in their places? Have things changed at all in the last 50 years in that regard? 20 years? 3 years? How so? Whose voices are heard? Whose voices should be heard? Why and How? https://convenienthomeworkhelpers.com/blog/ Do we turn a blind eye to truth? How true is something true? What ethical responsibility do we have to each other? Our family? Our environment? Are we a depraved society that allows falsehoods and misinformation? Do we allow things to go unaddressed if we are benefiting from a situation?
Do we exercise “doublethink”? Doublethink is a process of indoctrination whereby the subject is expected to accept a clearly false statement as the truth, or to simultaneously accept two mutually contradictory beliefs as correct, often in contravention to one’s own memories or sense of reality. GROUND RULES: Do not use the titles of essays you’ve read or the authors in your thesis or topic sentences. You must focus on an abstract idea that you analyze, and then use what you have read from the essay book to support your interpretation and explanation of said conceptual idea.
Think, this time, in more than THREES, because you have more than three body paragraphs that need focus and power. Each body paragraph should cover some aspect of the conceptual idea. Your paper should be around 1500+ words or about six or seven pages. You should make use of quotes (at least six) and use MLA formatting. Sources to use: