King Mini Essay Part 2

Requirements:

Thesis and dense body paragraph containing the following components

Analysis:

Thesis: In his book titled _______, King argues (summarize/paraphrase his argument)________in order to (what does he want audiences to know.

Argumentation

Thesis: In his book titled _______, King argues (summarize/paraphrase his argument)________, which is relevant/irrelevant/true/false because…

Assertions: In paragraph ____, he argues that (summarize it) in order to…/ which is important because…

Evidence:

For example, he argues that “embed quote,” which is important because…

Commentary: 

Furthermore, this is also important because….

Evidence: He also argues that “embed quote,” which is important because…

Commentary–this is also significant because…

Closer—Ultimately/all in all/ basically/ he wants his audience to ….

 

Analysis

Thesis: From his book titled Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community? King argues that there is need to handle the crisis of poverty indiscriminately and tactically in order to develop a working continuous solution that would not only purge poverty out of the entire society but also prevent its recurrence. King argues that the state should analyze the causes of poverty in the nation and deliver explicit interventions that would manage poverty.

Argumentation

Thesis: From his book titled Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community? King argues that there is need to handle the crisis of poverty indiscriminately and tactically in order to manage poverty in the nation. King thinks poverty is a national problem which should receive a non-racial treatment and cites that two thirds of the poor community comprises of white people. The citation by King is relevant in drawing the actual image of poverty in the nation.

In paragraph one; King argues that poverty is a problem that evenly affects individuals in the society regardless of their race. He opposes the existing propaganda that poverty is associated with black people which would shear racial profiling on the issue. For example, King cites that two thirds of the poor population is white people – a statement that completely liquidates the propaganda. In paragraph two, King explains that the root causes of poverty are lack of education, poor housing and suppressed family initiative. He emphasizes that this causes should be studied and addressed accordingly. It is significant to understand the causes of poverty and address them individually as only then would clear solutions be coined. All in all, King wants his audience to understand that poverty is a national problem whose causes should be dealt with individually.