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Using Quotes: Three things to include. World War II research paper. Each quote should include these parts. Point Evidence Analysis Don’t just drop in a quote without any point or analysis, this is called a “quote bomb ”. Paragraph 2 Background:.

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using quotes three things to include

Using Quotes:Three things to include

World War II research paper

each quote should include these parts
Each quote should include these parts.
  • Point
  • Evidence
  • Analysis

Don’t just drop in a quote without any point or analysis, this is called a “quote bomb”.

paragraph 2 background
Paragraph 2 Background:
  • Topic sentence: There were many reasons why alcohol was banned in the US in the 1920s including alcohol abuse, health problems, and the impact on families.
  • Point: Alcohol abuse was believed to cause all manner of social problems. Evidence: This perceived abuse was so strong, Frances Willard, a reformer from Illinois, told her followers to “bless and brighten every place she enters and enter every place” (Danzinger 331). Analysis: Saloons and bars were definitely among the “places” that her followers went into.
paragraph 3 details
Paragraph 3 Details:
  • Topic Sentence: The 18th Amendment was ratified in 1919 after efforts by the WCTU, the votes in congress, and the states, and even the support of the President of the United States, Woodrow Wilson.
  • Point: Various religious groups though drinking alcohol was immoral and they worked to stop it. Evidence: For example, The Women’s Christian Temperance Union considered drinking “a sin” (Danzinger 454). Analysis: This gave the WCTU the moral high ground and motivated them to work hard to get Prohibition passed.
paragraph 4 effects
Paragraph 4 Effects:
  • Topic Sentence: There were negative and positive effects of Prohibition, including an increase in organized crime, an increase in disrespect for authority, and a decrease in alcohol related health problems.
  • Point: Deaths from cirrhosis of the liver were very high. Evidence: According to a study by Dr. Angela Dills, deaths by cirrhosis decreased by 10-20% in the years after Prohibition (Dills). Analysis: Preventable deaths like these were clearly a positive effect of Prohibition
works cited
Works Cited
  • Danzer, Gerald A. et al. The Americans,

Reconstruction through the 20th Century. Illinois: McDougal Littell,1999. Print.

  • Dills, Anglea K. et al. The effect of alcohol

prohibition on alcohol consumption: University of California, Irvine.14 May 2004. Print.