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On page 28, you looked at the justice of Hammurabi's Code. Now that you have read about the development of four civilizations, think about how laws differ from place to place. How have they developed and changed over time? What Similarities do you see between Hammurabi's Code and the laws you live under today? How are they different? Discuss your opinions in a paper.
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Make a list of all the laws you know from the Hammurabi Code.
Next to each law, write what the law for that is today.
Go through your list. Circle or highlight the ones that are similar.
Write your first paragraph, or part of the paper.
Start with the sentence "Some laws today are similar to Hammurabi's code. Then write full sentences that include all the information you highlighted.
The next section of the paper starts with "Many laws are different today than Hammurabi's Code.' Then dump all your unhighlighted stuff into full sentences.
For you opinion, chose a couple of the laws you want to comment on. Write which law it is and say what you think about it. Then do it again for several of the laws.
If you don't have an opinion, don't mention the law.