3-4 page APA Critical review book essay

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I need someone to write me a 3-4 page APA essay format a book called Fergus M. Bordewich’s work, Congress at War: How Republican Reformers Fought the Civil War, Defied Lincoln, Ended Slavery and Remade America.

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Critical Book Review Essay: A written critical book review is due in this course.It will critically examine Fergus M. Bordewich’s work, Congress at War: How Republican Reformers Fought the Civil War, Defied Lincoln, Ended Slavery and Remade America.

Guidelines: The format of the Critical Book Review will be in the form of an essay – with an introduction, a body and a conclusion.The critical book review will be between four to five pages with 1-inch margins, 12-point fonts and double spaced.The body should include 2, 3 or more themes from the questions below.Note – the essay should not be in the form of question & answer.Integrate some of the ideas in the questions below into body of your essay.

Themes to consider for Discussion

For your review – critically examine Bordewich’s narrative and arguments.Some possible questions to address include the following below.Note, you are not required to address all the themes below.You might take a few themes from the questions below to write your essay.

(a) Does Bordewich have an overarching theme or argument in his narrative here?If so, what did you identify it as?Discuss.

(b) What did you make of the political orientations of the Republicans and Democrats of the era described by Bordewich in contrast to what both major parties stand for today?Discuss.

(c) Which institution – the Congress or the Presidency – should take the lead in policy making, today?Or should one institution lead on some areas of policy making only (eg. domestic)?What is your position?Discuss.

(d) What did you find most shocking/interesting in this work and why?

(e) Apart from the differences between the current Congress (2019-20) and the Congress from the 1860’s portrayed here – what similarities, if any, did you identify between both Congresses?Discuss.

(f) What did you make of the various personalities in the Congress that Bordewich profiles? Did any of them draw your attention in particular?Why?Are there any such comparable individuals in the Congress today in your judgment?Discuss.

(g) How does Bordewich present the relationship between President Abraham Lincoln and the Congress portrayed here?Discuss.

(h)Why haven’t Congresses in the past 25 to 30 years created meaningful and substantial legislation?Why was Bordewich’s Congress more effective in your judgment?Discuss.

(j) Did the Constitution design the Congress to be an energetic body?Was the Congress profiled here by Bordewich an aberration from the norm in terms of its work & the content of its work?Why/Why not?Discuss.Should the Congress be an energetic institution?Discuss.

(k) Have previous political historians given too much credit to Lincoln for the Civil War?Did the Congress of that era deserve equally or more credit than Lincoln?What do you think?

(m) How satisfied were you with the author’s collection of data and historical records to tell this story?Discuss.

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