- Subject American History
- Topic Monograph Response Essay #2
- Type Essay
- Level High School
- Style APA
- Sources Paul E. Johnson, Sam Patch, the Famous Jumper (New York: Hill and Wang, 2003). ISBN: 978-0809083886.
- Language English(U.S.)
- Paul Johnson uses the life of daredevil Sam Patch to explain the social and economic changes of the Market Revolution. Johnson writes “Sam Patch…was an angry and not particularly admirable victim of the huge social process that was creating places like Pawtucket and Paterson and granting money and respect to people like Timothy Crane” (46). What was the Market Revolution? Using this quote and the rest of Johnson’s book, explain why Johnson thinks Patch was a failure. To conclude, explain whether or not you agree with Johnson’s assessment of Patch. Make sure to use specific details and quotes from the book to support your argument.
- The paper should be typed, double-spaced, in size 12 Times New Roman or a similar font.
- Original titles are required.
- Paper should be 3 pages long.
- Page numbers are required.
- Quotations should be cited. You may choose the citation style that you prefer, but it must conform to MLA, APA, or Chicago style.
- Spacing Double
- Pages 3
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