Select one of the assigned primary documents from Unit 4 (Cesar Chavez, Phyllis

Select one of the assigned primary documents from Unit 4 (Cesar Chavez, Phyllis Schlafly, Ronald Reagan, or U.S. Supreme Court in Obergefell) and write a Primary Document Analysis Essay of approximately 500 words that answers the following questions:
1) Who produced the source? Who is the author?
2) When was the source produced?
3) Who was the intended audience?
4) What was the purpose of the source? What message does it convey?
5) What is the historical context in which the source was produced? What was occurring during the time the source was produced?
6) What spoken or unspoken assumptions does the source contain?
7) What biases are detectable in the source?
8) What is the historical significance of the source? What does it reveal about the time period during which it was produced?
Things to keep in mind as you write your Primary Document Analysis Essay:
-Your essay should be approximately 500 words in length, which is about 2 pages double-spaced with 12-point font.
-Your essay should be in the form of an essay, not simply a list of answers to these questions.
-Refer back to the page titled “Course Prep: How do historians use sources to interpret the past” for a detailed guide and examples of how to answer these analytical questions most effectively.
-Submit your essay on Canvas.