threat of domestic terrorism in the U. S.
There has been growing concern about the threat of domestic terrorism in the U. S., with extremists motivated by political, racial, ethnic, economic, health, and other grievances. These motivations have been present in domestic terrorist groups in the U. S. since the 1920s. The papr for this course relates to domestic terrorism in the United States. As such, your paper should discuss:
- Define the term domestic terrorism
- Right-wing domestic terrorism in the U. S.
- Left-wing domestic terrorism in the U. S,
- Special interest domestic terrorism in the U. S.
- Current domestic terrorism trends in the U. S.
do a 5 page double spaced essy (Title page, Abstract, Table of Contents if used, quotes, images, charts, reference page, and any Appendix) do not count toward the 5 minimum. Again the 5 pgs referes only to original work in the body of the paper, and in turn the paper will be longer than 5 pages once the other mentioned items that do not count toward page length are added (e.g., title pg, reference pg, etc). The papr must be written using APA 7th edition format (though for this papr only Times New Roman 12 pitch is allowed), with at least five (5) references cited in proper APA 7th edition format. Please make sure you review your papr for spelling, grammar, and format and plagiarism errors before submitting it. Remember that the papr should be typed in Microsoft Word Also paprs found to use other than Times New Roman 12 pitch, and to include additional white space beyond regular double spacing or larger than 1″ margins will as a minimum receive a full letter grade deduction. Again normal double spacing, 1″ margins (no more or less) and Times New Roman 12 pitch are mandatory as the page length is based on these established requirementsIt Note: All paprs must be 100% original work to this class. The discovery of past work being used will be treated as cheating and plagiarism and as a minimum will result in a 0 for the papr. Also pls note that paprs that fall short of minimum length will have a max point award related to the % of the papr they actually submit. For example the max possible for a papr that is 10% short of the minimum length required with be 90%, one that is short 20% will have a max possible grade of 80%, and so on.