THE POLITICS OF DECEPTION JFK’S SECRET DECISIONS ON VIETNAM, CIVIL RIGHTS, AND CUBA

The Politics of Deception: JFKs Secret Decisions on Vietnam, Civil Rights, and Cuba

-Analytical Book Review (Evaluate the author’s arguments and interpretation in comparison to your interpretation and analysis, not criticism or opinion.

Introduction: One paragraph that states the name of the authors, the title of the work, and the major idea in a clear, simple manner. (In references after this, only the authors’ last names and the book’s truncated title should be used.)
It is not necessary to discuss the author’s professional background or current position.
the book’s thesis’s breadth and historical setting

This should be a quick summary of the context because analysis comes first. When making your judgment, you will back up your claims with specific examples from the book.

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Analysis and evaluation of the book Avoid making comments on style or other subjective or aesthetic judgments; analysis is not criticism. Concentrate on the interpretation, defense, process, sources, etc.
-An analytical review’s main goal need not—and perhaps should not—be to evaluate a book’s accomplishments and shortcomings. Avert the binary opposition of success and failure.
the book’s specific examples in your writing
Your analysis and evaluation should be divided into paragraphs that focus on different parts of your case. Your analysis will be easier to distinguish, and your assertions and supporting evidence will be more clearly paired with this structure.
You must read the book from beginning to end. You should group your paragraphs according to the argument you wish to make, themes, approaches, or other aspects of the book.
-Avoid citing other sources in references.
Avoid using too many quotations, and when you do, put the particular page number in parentheses.
Never equate your voice with that of the authors.

Conclusion: Summarize your thoughts or pass judgment on the book. The conclusion is not the place to present further supporting evidence for your claim. However, if the new ideas advance the logic of your own thesis, you may introduce new concepts that go beyond the book.

Format: Double-spaced, five to six pages, Times New Roman 12 pt

 

 

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