Topic: How COVID-19 Compared to the 1918 Spanish Flu, a Personal Reflection, and The “and” part of the title is your choice.

Topic: How COVID-19 Compared to the 1918 Spanish Flu, a Personal Reflection, and _________________

The “and” part of the title is your choice. Sample “ands” are:

How Professional Baseball Changed

How the Fed Saved the Economy from Disaster

How the Stop the Spread Campaign Led to a Recession

How the Fed Used Swap Lines and Commercial Paper to Save the Economy

Why the Initial Infection Models were Wrong

Why the World was Unprepared

How COVID-19 Crippled Air Travel

Why Dr. Fauci Speaks the Truth

Why the US Government was too Authoritarian with its COVID-19 Directives

Why Social Distancing Worked

Why Social Distancing Really Not Work

Why Everyone with a Sewing Machine is Making Masks

Your paper must have a consistent style format and look very similar to the report example in Chapter 13 of our textbook. The five main sections of your paper will be: Introduction, COVID-19 and the Spanish Flu, A Personal Reflection of COVID-19, Your Choice of Topic, Summary. You may use APA, MLA, or Chicago Style for citations and references. Your paper must have a Cover Page, Letter of Transmittal, Table of Contents, List of Figures, Executive Summary, Introduction, Three Main Sections Described Above, Summary, References (Bibliography). Please note the textbook example on pp. 481-490 is APA Style and it has a conclusion and recommendations because it is an analytical report. Your report will probably be an informational report, although you may have some recommendations in your summary (e.g. People should wash their hands more frequently to help avoid respiratory contagions.) in which case you would have a “Summary and Recommendations” section.  You may use APA, MLA, or Chicago Style — your choice, but do not mix styles! Word count is 2,500 words (minimum) and does not include the executive summary or other prefatory parts.

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