Please choose one of the following 4 choices for paper 2. Build an argument and thesis statement using specific details from Evicted to support your argument. The paper should include a clear intro paragraph (that mentions the author and text) with an arguable thesis statement, well organized body paragraphs that each rely on the text for supporting details, and a strong conclusion. Each paper topic below includes an underlined question. The answer to this question will be the argument for your paper.
* Be careful to avoid generalizations and unsupported opinions. *
Audience: College students who have read Evicted.
Length: 1500 words (Papers shorter than 1450 or longer than 1550 will earn a D or lower.)
Quotations: 3-4 short (4 lines or less each) ** Include a lead-in, citations and connection for
Source(s): Evicted by Matthew Desmond
The HUD website (if you choose #4)
- Outside sources are not accepted for this paper.
4. Desmond states “a universal voucher program is but one potential policy recommendation” (312). Read about the federal government’s Housing Choice Voucher Program here. Why do you think Desmond advocates in the Epilogue for stabilizing rents before expanding a universal voucher program? Is the housing voucher system right for Milwaukee? Include the characters from the text and many details as you create your argument.
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