Adhere to all guidelines attached in document. Choose the Second Great Awakening question. Must include 4 sources.Guidance for your response paperU.S. History 2010, Fall 2020Dr. Thompson Response/Argument Paper You will be assigned one of the following four topics. Each topic presents a skewed question or opinion. The type that you should have a response to, but your response must be an educated and informed response. Here are the options: Choose one 1) Can Andrew Jacksons role in Native American Removal be justified?2) One historian has claimed that women became relatively equal to men in the period 1840-1860. Do you agree? Why or why not?3) The Mexican-American War appears to be just another U.S. attempt at an aggressive territory grab. Do you agree? Why or why not?4) How did the Southern industry in the 1840s-1860s ensure that slavery would continue to exist? Was anything done to diminish this economic reliance on slavery?5) The Second Great Awakening was probably one of the biggest religious failures in U.S. history. Do you agree? Why or why not?The paper must be three pages, double spaced, with a separate page for endnotes and bibliography. In the response you must include your opinion based on historical evidence and historically accurate information from your source.You must use 5 sources and 1 must be your textbook, 1 must be a journal from JSTOR, and all must be academic sources. The paper must use at least 1 book and 1 journal, a primary source, and no fewer than 5 sources total. You may use your textbook, JSTOR or EBSCO, you may NOT use Wikipedia, blogs, encyclopedias, dictionaries, or most online sources..Format: Chicago Manual of Style, endnotes, Arabic numbers, Times New Roman, 12 Point font, double spaced. Your name and class should appear on the first two lines at the top left and be single spaced. Double space down after that and center your title. Double space down again and indent for your first paragraph. Do not change margins to create a paper that is artificially longer and remove the EXTRA SPACE BETWEEN PARAGRAPHS.Flow: Begin with a strong introduction. What is your intention, what are you going to do, how are you going to do it. Then follow up with a body that proves or demonstrates exactly what you said you were going to do. Typically each paragraph should provide one point that supports your intention or argument. This is the body and should take up the majority of the paper. Finally, make a strong conclusion, wrap it up. Do not make any new arguments in the conclusion, rather show me that you know what you were talking about in the paper, have proven or supported your overall argument, and can bring it all together and wrap it up.Grammatical Mistakes to avoid: run-ons, fragments, typos, misspellings, one sentence paragraphs, one paragraph pages, commas, semi-colons, colons, and/or-it needs to be one or the other, but not both.Style errors to avoid: do not use contractions, making inappropriate remarks-that do not pertain to the paper or book, word repetition-use different words, word choice-use better vocabulary, make sense-sometimes sentences just do not make sense, short choppy sentences should be combined, wordiness-using a lot of space to say something simple-one hint that you are doing this is if you use the words very or most a lot. Be precise and clear in your writing.Due date: NO Later than November 24. 11:59 P.M. CT. Late papers will not be accepted.Submission method: Dropbox on D2L. NO hard copies will be accepted.