Using a Marxist interpretation, how will you explain ONE of the following issues to your readers?

Ideology is more or less a coherent system of political thinking that helps us to interpret the world around us. Your assignment is to imagine that you are an author writing a Marxist newsletter. Using a Marxist interpretation, how will you explain ONE of the following issues to your readers? -Free Trade and the World Trade Organization or -Interest Group Campaign Donations How to do Part II: Whichever topic you choose, you are going to need to do some extensive Internet research to find out specifics. Your grade is going to depend on how intimately familiar you have become with these topics through your research and your understanding of Marx (be sure and cite examples from the book, as well, to bolster your interpretation). It is important that you think of these issues from the position of a Radical Marxist, not a Liberal (which if you grew up in America, is your default way of thinking). For instance, a Marxist would say the NRA’s opposition to gun laws has absolutely nothing to do with civil liberties and the 2nd Amendment; rather, it’s all about protecting profits for gun manufacturers. Interest Groups care nothing about democracy; they only care about increasing (or at least protecting) the profits of the clients they lobby on behalf of. U.S. foreign policy, from a Marxist perspective, is obviously about oil and new markets, not about democracy. And as for free trade, Marx himself directly talks about it in his Manifesto (you would explain how the WTO is a natural outgrowth of Bourgeoisie ambitions). Introduction for Part II: Every paper has an intro that introduces the reader to what the paper is about. The best way to get a reader’s attention is to have a good “hook” right at the start – a compelling fact, statistic, or anecdote or account relevant to the topic at hand; something that encapsulates the essence of what your paper is about. Thesis (part of the introduction): Every paper has a thesis that says in one sentence what your paper intends to argue. Having a thesis that holds your essay together is vital, otherwise, it is just a number of disparate paragraphs that make no sense and seemingly have no purpose. Body: Within the body of the paper, you will support your thesis (position) with specific examples (evidence). Remember that each paragraph has a topic sentence (a mini-thesis) that states what the paragraph will discuss. When you are ready to discuss a different point, start a new paragraph. (A general rule is that paragraphs are 4-5 sentences.) Conclusion: Your final paragraph should summarize your main points in the essay. Never bring in new evidence in a conclusion. But like an introduction, you can end with some sort of historical anecdote or account that sums up the paper and leaves the reader to ponder the powerful argument you have made. Sources and Citations: You must cite specific examples from your research. But don’t fill your paper with a lot of quotes (this is the lazy way to write a paper). Rather than use long quotes, paraphrase the quote in your own words and cite the source. When using a quote, keep it short! On a separate page give me a bibliography (I don’t care what format you use as long as you are consistent). Remember that you MUST use a citation when offering evidence. Citations can be footnotes, endnotes, or indication of author in parentheses that correspond to your bibliography.

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