Identify modern American history since the Civil War, explain briefly what makes him (Mohammed Ali) famous, unique, or noteworthy, and then most importantly – how it /his lives impacted other people, places, events, institutions during their time and/or enduring to now.

ESSAY DETAILS :The topic I chose for this essay is:MOHAMMED ALI1. This EASSY is not a mill “research paper”, argumentative paper nor is it a “biography” – it is a critical, analytical, detailed, and objective thinking exercise that just happens to involve historical characters.2. Identify modern American history since the Civil War, explain briefly what makes him (Mohammed Ali) famous, unique, or noteworthy, and then most importantly – how it /his lives impacted other people, places, events, institutions during their time and/or enduring to now. Tell me why this person IS remembered. Why does your topic “live” beyond its years? Why are we still talking about it now? Speak not of the person or their doings but of everything that happened because of them or in spite of them and their doings! This an overview of a person’s legacy and life’s consequences not of they themselves3. You then should also demonstrate how that person had an effect upon their contemporaries, the nation, and American history in general or perhaps even yourself! You want to be thinking about influence, the laying of a foundation, precedent-setting and etc. In other words, how is this American important to American history?Ø Try to keep your materials recent – do the best you can to have materials written no earlier than 1980.4. Don’t say that your person or topic did this and that and leave it – answer for me the question of “So what?”Why do we bother remembering this person or even write books about the topic? Tell me what you think. Explain the point here – sell me on this topic’s lasting legacy! These are NOT biographies!Ø In other words – you are here explaining why something IS as it IS. They are famous using specific reasons – explain WHY! You must explain things as an authority here.
Paper submission detailsØ Paper should come in complete at 6 pages of narrative (remaining 6 pages) dedicated to a critical discussion/exploration of the person’s significance to the American experience.Ø NO LESS THAN 5 (SIX) COMPLETE PAGES – exclusive of cover page and notes – double spaced, 12 points academic font (Times New Roman) with ONE-inch margins all around. Electronically this should be approximately several hundred words – approximately 250 – 300 words per page – 1750 -2400 words total. And the main body of the text, I want double spaced format with ONE-inch margins all around.Citation DetailsØ However here is my approach to this issue – virtually all of what you will be providing me with especially in the introductory parts of your papers is commonly found and known information – birthdates, places, wives and etc. – and as such it does not need to be cited. However, if you are using a direct quote from the person’s/your topic’s mouth or a quote from one of their books, speeches or etc. you MUST provide me with a citation and an accompanying note of the source in a bibliography. Additionally, if you are going to quote directly or paraphrase from what another author said of your topic you must also cite this and provide a notation. You want to be careful about avoiding plagiarism.Here is a general idea as to the basic outline of these papers.Ø In the first page – you introduce your topic – who they are- what they did – the relevant stuff. Here’s where the window is open for you to say all you need to say about their life, family, and background. Then in the succeeding pages, you need to go through as thoroughly as necessary and discuss the noteworthy things the person did or made happen. In these supporting paragraphs – the meat of the paper – you should not introduce any new info or background material. Just stick to their accomplishments and their significance. What they did and why it matters(ed). Once you are past the introduction/the one-page biography and in the “meat of the paper” here is where you explain their significance and contextualize. Now is not the time for further narration or setup about the person. The conclusion simply ties everything together – you repeat your intro basically and state again the consensus about this person is correct