Below are possible stands or theses (the plural of thesis) on this issue:
- The Affordable Care Act should be repealed.(This would mean it would be annulled without any replacement. You will need to provide two reasons why it should be repealed.)
- The Affordable Care Act should not be repealed and left as it is. (No changes would be made. You will need to provide two reasons why it should be left as is.)
- The Affordable Care Act should be repealed and replaced.(In the body paragraphs following this thesis, provide two aspects of the law that need to be replaced and make clear what will take their place.)
- The Affordable Care Act should be revised.(This argument would be similar to the one above, but the Act wouldn't be repealed: it would simply be revised. In the body paragraphs following this thesis, provide two aspects of the law that need to be revised and explain what the revision should be.)
Online you will find literally thousands of articles on this topic: pick several good articles or studies to support your thesis (i.e., articles that provide studies and data to support their arguments for or against change to the Affordable Healthcare Act).
- In your introductory paragraph, provide background information on the Act, and end the paragraph with your thesis sentence, underlined.
- Begin each body paragraph with an underlined topic sentence--a clear reason in support of your thesis. Be sure to use references that provide sufficient evidence for the claims you make in your body paragraphs. Using a quote from a source that simply restates your claim or reason isn't sufficient support.
- In your conclusion, bring your argument to a close.
- Review the grading guidelines to be sure that you have met the minimum requirements for each part of the essay.
Use a minimumof 2 authoritative, credible online sources to support your argument, at least 1 source in each body paragraph. However, simply inserting one quote into a paragraph is rarely sufficient support. Each quote should be introduced in the text: let the reader know in advance whom you are quoting and the context of the source. All sources are correctly cited in the text using parenthetical citations where needed, and each source is included in a Works Cited or Reference section at the end of the document, following either MLA or APA style guidelines (see course textbook or the Purdue OWL https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/) consistently. Do not cite sources in the body of the essay with Internet addresses (URLs), nor only use a URL for the reference at the end of the document.
Only has to be 750 words with a introduction, two body paragraphs, and a conclusion
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