What would the world be like if Muhammad Ali Jinnah never existed Paper

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Paper will be an "imagined ‘negative’ biography" of any individual who has played a role in the shaping of 20th century history. The person can be from any area of endeavor and from any country, so long as the majority of their career, and their historic impact, are in the 20th century. The Paper need not cover their entire life, but should concentrate on the person's acts or accomplishments that impacted the world and its history in the years covered by the course, roughly 1900 to 2000 (My Person is Muhammad Ali Jinnah) Then, having described the person's life and impact, students are to imagine if the person had never lived, and how the 20th Century would have been different if that were so. While this is an exercise in imagination, it is not an exercise in fantasy. Your analysis must be grounded in historical facts and in what we know about the person and the times and circumstances in which he/she lived. The "imagined" part of the biography must be a minimum of a third of the Paper's overall length; anything less will result in a severely lower grade. Every Paper must have footnotes. In deciding whether or not to footnote a piece of information, the rule is that anything that is not common knowledge must be footnoted. For example, you would not footnote that George Washington was the first president. You would footnote what he wore to his inauguration. A good rule of thumb: if in doubt, footnote it Footnotes can be at the bottom of the page, in a separate section at the end of the Paper, or inserted parenthetically in the text. All are acceptable as long as you are consistent throughout the Paper. very paper must have a bibliography, which is a list of the sources you consulted in writing your Paper. You should list all items consulted even if not cited directly in the Paper. Bibliographies must be in standard format; if in doubt, consult the History Department Web page, or the Instructor. The bibliography must have a minimum of five items, only one of which may be a general source such as an encyclopedia, either print or on-line. Books, journal articles, magazine articles and visual materials may all be used. no more than two items may be from the Internet. Some sources, such as journal articles, are available in both print and on-line versions. If you use such a source, it will not count against the two-item Internet limit; however, in those cases you must give both the print citations as well as the URL of the on-line version. When using an Internet source, you must give its full URL, including author and title, if known. Be careful; nothing on the Internet has been screened for accuracy, basic honesty or even factual correct. This assignment will be submitted through (plagerism is taking very seriously)

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Mohammed Ali Jinnah
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Mohammed Ali Jinnah

Mohammed Ali Jinnah was born, the firstborn among seven siblings, on December 25th,
1876 in Karachi, which is the present day Pakistan. The Karachi region was at that time part of
the British protectorate. Mohammed Ali Jinnah’s father, Jinnah Bhai Pooja, was born in 1850
and was a renowned and wealthy Muslim merchant. Jinnah was born an underweight and fragile
infant, but he grew to earn his father’s favor who constantly predicted his son’s future
achievements while Jinnah was still a kid. His father officially named him Mohamedali Jinnah
Bhai, and at the age of six years, the father enrolled him to a school, Sindh Madrasatul-Islam
(Kundi, 2016).
In school, Jinnah developed a strong dislike for arithmetic’s, and this raised a lot of
concern for his parents particularly his father who was keen on Jinnah studying arithmetics
because of the nature of his business. The fathers business had grown significantly, and he dealt
in a variety of goods from cotton, oilseeds, wool to metals and refined sugar. In the year 1887,
Jinnah’s Aunt paid Jinnah a visit from Bombay and the two had cultivated a very strong bond
that the aunt suggested that Jinnah should study in Bombay where the education there was of
better quality since Bombay was a metropolitan city.
Consequently, Jinnah relocated to Bombay to stay with his aunt despite her mother’s
protests as he was her favorite son and then joined Goal Das TEJ elementary school. Jinnah,
however, managed to stay in Bombay for only six months and therefore returned to Karachi after
her mother insisted. Still, on his return to his hometown, Jinnah still did not develop any interests
in his studies at his new school in Sind Madrassa, and he often skipped classes to go and ride his
father’s horses. Jinnah grew up rebellious and difficult to control but had developed a deep
fascination for horses to which he felt lured and also developed a passion for poetry. Jinnah then



completed his primary school at a Christian mission school where his mind finally rested, and he
began to develop focus in his studies.
Jinnah first traveled to Britain at the tender age of seventeen years old. His mission to
Britain was to undergo an apprenticeship with Douglas Graham and company, then a British
managing agency. As soon as he arrived in Britain, he married his first wife Emibhai who
unfortunately died a few months into the marriage. At this time Jinnah was working in accounts
at the head office of the firm in London, and...

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