Content: Your paper should introduce the document and explain its historical context ? who wrote it, when, where, and why; it should briefly summarize the content of the document (not more than 25% of the paper); and it should analyze the document?s importance in modern U.S. history.
Style: All papers must be typed or word-processed as you?ll be submitting it electronically to the Assignments drop box called ?Primary-Source Paper.? Use a one-inch margin on all sides, and double-space the text. Select a standard 10 or 12 pt. font (e.g, Times New Roman, Arial). Use page numbers. A title page is not necessary. If you cite a source or use a quotation, you must document this with an endnote or a footnote.
Speech I chose: “PRESIDENT FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT? ON THE JAPANESE ATTACK 19TH FIRESIDE CHAT [DECEMBER 9, 1941 ? 10:00 P.M.” Link below.