– 100% (GOOD RATED) Economics / Huey P. Long Polices during the Great Depression

1. Precise VerbsIdentify the verb “to be” (is, are, was, were) in your paper and circle your uses of it.
Consider whether or not you could replace these verbs with more precise and active verbs.
“Queen Victoria was in power for sixty-four years.” versus “Queen Victoria reigned for sixty-four years.”
2. Avoid Passive Voice SentencesUnderline any passive voice sentences in the paper. Rewrite these sentences as active
voice sentences, especially if the original construction obscured the grammatical subject.
“Ten thousand dollars in donations were given to the local Republican candidate for the state legislature.”
“BP donated ten thousand dollars to the local Republican candidate for the state legislature.”
3. Use the Past TensePlace any verbs in the present tense in brackets. Unless these verbs are discussing
very recent written works or the ideas of living scholars, consider changing them to the past tense.
4. Avoid Split Infinitives Identify and rewrite.
5. Avoid Ambiguous PronounsIs it clear from your use and placement of pronouns, which nouns the pronouns
substitute/replace? Consider both within a sentence and in a series of related sentences.
6. Keep Subjects and Verbs Close TogetherGenerally, avoid introducing long qualifying clauses between the grammatical subject
and the verb of a sentence.
7. Form the Possessive Correctly(singular noun) Bruce’s paper; King Charles’s soldiers; (plural noun) the soldiers’
8. Gradually Built a New PointDo sentences in the paper built naturally and coherently on the sentences that
preceded them even as they develop related but new points?
9. Avoid the Use of Qualifiers“Rather, very, little, pretty these are the leeches that infest the pond of prose, sucking the blood of words. The constant use of the adjective little (except to indicate size) is particularly debilitating; we should all try to do a little better, we should all be very watchful of this rule, for it is a rather important one and we are pretty sure to violate it now and then.”1
10. Be Concise/Omit Needless Words“Vigorous writing is concise. A sentence should contain no unnecessary words, a paragraph no unnecessary sentences, for the same reason that a drawing should have no unnecessary lines and a machine no unnecessary parts. This requires not that the writer make all his sentences short, or that he avoid all detail and treat his subject only in outline, but that every word tell.”2
Write for an intelligent and educated reader and avoid specialized language and terms (jargon) from literary criticism, social science theory, the practice of law, government, etc.
If you find such language indispensable or necessary to discuss your topic be sure to define or discuss the language and terms for your audience.
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