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I need some help with a Thesis. I know what evidence I want to use and the information, But I just don't understand how I am suppose to construct a Thesis when I am affirming two different viewpoints. PLEASE HELP Here is my prompt: "American society became increasingly more ‘democratic’ in the period, 1750 to 1780." - Analyze the Validity of this Statement Okay... So In social and religious matters it DID become more democratic, and in the later period of the 18th century it DID become more democratic. But Economics wise, it became increasingly Undemocratic.... I have to address all 4,

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Because you are looking at both more and less, you can talk about changes in democratic viewpoints, or look at it as an overview of. Some sort of non-specific language that helps couch this as an examination rather than an opinion.

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