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Is this a good thesis for an essay on the Social similarities of the Ming and Qing Dynasties The Ming and Qing Dynasty had many differences and similarities socially which included laws, attire, and foot binding.

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You can use it. . Try: The Ming and Qing Dynasty had many social difference and similarities socially which included laws, attire, and foot binding. Without social you become too general (Not good for a thesis) By adding Social. You are more direct and specific :D So Just add social where I told you and you will be good. Because you pass all the other stages. Add Info: A thesis is strong must stand by itself and only support one Main Idea, Also it must be detail not to much not too little. You passes all the above so good job :D
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