Deconstructing America Cultural Pluralism and Equality Paper

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Prompt: Using Pat Buchanan’s essay “Deconstructing America,” as a primary point of reference, write an essay in which you expound or refute the idea that cultural pluralism (or the melting pot model) inevitably will led to cultural separatism, and therefore increased disunity and tension in America, and possibly even the end of America. You must use three additional sources*, which you cite directly. You may use one of the other assigned essays from the “Equality” chapter of our textbook as one of your three additional sources.

Establish your own thesis that is inspired by the source identified in the prompt. Do not cite a source in your introduction so that your thesis stands out, and it does not appear you are simply echoing or repeating the source. Your thesis is the next step in the argument, be it for or against the source author's point. You are not writing an analysis or explication of the source essay of the prompt--doing so would limit your grade to no better than a C. The article identified in the prompt is no more important than the other research you will include.

Your essay must begin with an introduction that contains a clearly defined, purpose driven, and arguable thesis. The introduction should clearly identify any supporting main ideas that will support the thesis. Body paragraphs should contain minor claims (topic sentences) that advance controlling ideas and that support the thesis. All ideas should be supported with evidence. Your paper must cite examples from the stated texts in the prompt and from your outside sources*. Each example must be supported with critical thinking that explains the significance of the chosen quotation/citation as is relates to your ideas. In your conclusion make a final statement that clearly identifies why what has been shown in your essay is important.

*additional sources must come only from the following: an article located on EBSCOhost (or from a similar database), an article in a major newspaper or magazine, or a book (but not the class textbook or other course material); sources that do not meet this criteria will not count toward the minimum required sources.

*You may cite the film Do the Right Thing, however it does not count toward the minimum required additional sources.

Your paper must:

include an original title that speaks to your thesis

be a minimum of 4 full pages (approximately 1400-1500 words)

contain a minimum of 4 cited sources

be typed, double-spaced, using Times New Roman 12pt font

be formatted according to MLA

use MLA guidelines for in-text citations and Works Cited page

be written using strictly an academic, third-person point-of-view

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White Supremacy in Buchanan’s “Deconstructing America”
In his essay, “Deconstructing America”, Patrick Buchanan laments the impending death of
the United States of America. Multiculturalism – the state in which individuals of different ethnic,
cultural or national backgrounds come together to form a diversified whole – is the stalking culprit,
who is only waiting for the right time to strike a decisive blow against the greatest nation on the
planet. The only way to avoid this fate, according to Buchanan, would be to oppose pluralism;
opting, instead, for the undiversified ways of the past. It is through pluralism, Buchanan claims,
that nations become disintegrated, as the accumulation of diversity makes it impossible to uphold
law and order. To illustrate his point, Buchanan makes use of various historical examples to
demonstrate his point. Unfortunately, it is possible to argue that Buchanan’s analysis relies on a
deliberate misreading of history. It could be argued, too, that Buchanan’s perspectives on the ideas
of conquest and colonization, racial wars and tensions, and immigration patterns are all presented
with the distortion of a White Supremacist bias.
One of the most overt manifestations of Buchanan’s White Supremacist thought is his
imagining of the epochs of colonization and conquest. In one part of the essay, Buchanan laments
that, “we now reject as repellent and ethnocentric the idea that the British who founded our
Republic and created the British Empire were no only unique but superior to other peoples and
civilizations” (2008). Buchanan, though, offers no logical reason for why one should consider the
British empire superior to other civilizations or for the British people as being superior to other

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groups. One can assume, though, that it was the perceived might and power of the mostly-white
empire what gives it this characterization. Certainly, th...

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Tutor went the extra mile to help me with this essay. Citations were a bit shaky but I appreciated how well he handled APA styles and how ok he was to change them even though I didnt specify. Got a B+ which is believable and acceptable.

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