How Democracies Die
The three important elements for the book report are: summary, analysis, and evaluation. These may be done sequentially or mixed throughout. enough attention needs to be given at the second and third parts and not just the summary of the book. If all three parts are equally distributes that would be very helpful. Summary: What is the problem the book addresses? What are the author’s claims? What are his or her main points? What details or evidence does he or she cite? Analysis: What is the structure of his argument? How does it work? What moral principles does she make appeal to, whether implicitly or explicitly? Can identify a normative theory behind his argument—and if so, which one and how does she use it? Evaluation: Does his argument work? Is it compelling—why or why not? What holes are there in her logic? What details are missing? Does that book present any helpful course of action? Does it move you to want to do something? Citing as many concrete details as possible (with page references wherever possible) and making use of supporting direct quotes (wherever that would help—again with page references).
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