Argument and thesis: Forms a clear arguable thesis that answers the prompt question: Which factor(s) was most significant in causing the delay in the Civil Rights Movement? Why?
Supporting arguments: Arguments formed support the overall thesis accurately.
Supporting evidence strongly supports the overall thesis and and arguments. Evidence cites specific examples not general information. Evidence is factually accurate.
Counter arguments formed support the overall thesis and refute potential arguments against your thesis.
Evidence for the counter arguments strongly support the counter arguments and support your thesis. Evidence cites specific examples not general information. Evidence is factually accurate.
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