Do you want to make $600 cash by Tuesday? Then get to work on this rich guy's "Masters Level History" papers. We are not talking about a cut-and-paste from Wikipedia here, this guy is a legitimate grad student who needs to learn about World War II by having you write his well-sourced academic papers. "I've done this type of thing before," he writes, "so I am comfortable and experienced with it." What could go wrong?
ALL THREE PAPERS ARE DUE NEXT TUESDAY, MAY 7th.
Paper 2) "Thesis"/Research/Review paper on any World War II related specific topic or person. For example: The Versailles Treaty? Discuss and explain a certain battle or invasion and how it happened and why it was important? Discuss and explain a certain individual and how they affected WWII and why they were important, (NOT a "bio" of the person though). Your choices are broad and wide open. (((15 pages, minimum. Must use at least 5 legitimate scholarly sources, books, articles, etc....NOT "Wikipedia")......must have accurate and complete bibliography page, proper in paper citations... APA format)))
He could be halfway done writing his own papers after all this hyper-anal cheating logistics, couldn't he?
Paper 3) "Thesis"/Research/Review discussing any specific topic or person from "Pre-Contact" American history up to and just before the Civil War. So, basically....you can do an in-depth exploration of any American History related topic from before the 1630's (American Indians, Jamestown, etc.) up through the Colonial Period to the Revolutionary American period to basically any topic to before 1830. (((10 pages, minimum. Also must use at least 5 legitimate scholarly sources, books, articles, etc., NOT "Wikipedia").... must have accurate and complete bibliography page, proper in paper citations....APA format)))
Jamestown? So we could just write 10 pages about the Jamestown settlers eating the brains of this poor teenaged girl. There are several scholarly sources, such as "The Smithsonian" and "Gawker." The only thing is that this guy might be a serial killer or something, so don't meet him alone. Bring some costumed employees with those buckles on their hats from Colonial Williamsburg.