This paper should be an argument. Make a case [thesis], defend it with specific and adequate evidence. Your paper should establish and develop a single dominant idea, a thesis [or controlling idea], developed [supported] in parts. An argument simply consists of a thesis [an idea] followed by support. Please be careful not to write a summary [that’s expository]. Make a case, defend it. Following are some guidelines.
Q. Gandhi’s “Economic and Moral Progress” suggests that morality and economic prosperity do not go hand in hand. In fact, he argues, oftentimes, one loses one’s morality when one becomes wealthy. Do you agree with Gandhi? Does wealth correlate with immorality? Yes or no. Explain by referring to passages from the essay.