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Complex-Split Thesis

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Complex-Split Thesis

The dreaded complex split thesis. Our teacher requires one. Figures everything I ever learned in English up to now is null and void in APUSH >.<

I would appreciate a few tips on how to write one because the packet makes no sense to one with a head cold.

I'd prefer a generic example, but here's the DBQ prompt we've been given:
Although New England and the Cheapeake region were both settled largely by people of English origin, by 1700 the regions had evolved into two distinct societies. Why did this difference occur?

~BTW, I did follow the other steps (write down what you know..yada, yada) My main topics are: social structure, political organization (includes motives for founding), and geographical differences (which lead to economical differences)~

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