Imagine you need to prepare Pat Shoo-In for another debate by preparing a briefing paper for Pat on two of the topics listed below. In preparation for the debate, Pat has instructed you to evaluate both the advocates’ positions and the opponents’ positions (those who oppose the positions).
Your briefing paper should be 1,000- to 1,100 words and should include an introduction and a conclusion. The message, Thesis Statements, Introductions, and Conclusions, which is posted as a Class Message, provides information on writing thesis statements, introductions, and conclusions.
Use the bolded words/phrases shown below as first-level headings for your paper. Your paper should evaluate two of the following:
In your conclusion, discuss which positions you support and defend your positions.
Cite a minimum of three peer-reviewed sources not including our textbook (Mankiw). Appropriate sources could include the National Bureau of Economic Research (information on economic fluctuations), the Federal Reserve (information on monetary policy), the Congressional Budget Office (information on fiscal policy), and the Council of Economic Advisors (information on fiscal policy).
Lastly, you need to format your report consistent with APA guidelines and click the Assignment Files tab to submit your report.