Do not try to argue for them all. • You must draw evidence for your chosen development from at least 15-20 of the approximately 54 primary sources that we have considered over the source of the semester (Some of your sources can be works of art or music, but you must also refer to some of the primary source texts you were assigned to read this semester, or those you selected for your Discussion Board posts. Please note that sources that were not assigned this semester will NOT count toward your required number of 15-20 sources). • You MUST adhere to the principles of academic integrity, and not draw your arguments from any secondary works on the internet. A plagiarized paper cannot earn academic credit.