I need a paper about Zachariah. I upload the file that you have to read and write about it.
the question that you have to answer in the paper is >>
1. >((What is the illiberal democracy and how does it differ from the way democracy has been practiced in the US and Western Europe according to Zakaria? Why is it necessary to check the power of majorities and what is the best way to accomplish this for new democracies? Do you agree with the author why or why not?))
Please b sure to answer if you agree or not
Tips for writing
Make an argument a statement that clearly presents your position.
for Example of a clear argument: I disagree with Zakaria about democracy necessarily involving competition among politicians.
Provide three to four points in support of your main argument. Explain each one well one at a time. Present only one main point per paragraph!
If you agree with the main point of the reading then explain why you agree provide reasons as to why the claims are convincing. It is not enough to quote the reading and then say I agree.
Dedicate a separate paragraph to each sub-argument or point and explain it. It helps when you provide examples to illustrate your points.
It is better to have three well-developed and clearly explained points that support your main argument than to have a 1000 unrelated sentences each of which presents an underdeveloped idea.
Paragraphs should include a topic sentence (a first sentence which presents the main idea of the paragraph) and cannot be less than 4 sentences in length (except for the introduction and conclusion which may be 2-4 sentences in length).
Use only full sentences. Each sentence must have a verb.
Incorrect: Thus showing citizens are a crucial factor in democracy.
Revised: Citizens are a crucial factor in democracy.
Do not use you our us me we.
Incorrect: The more money you have the better off you are.
Revised: The more money one has the better off one is.
Even better: The more money a state has the better off it is.
Incorrect: I agree with the reading.
Revised: I agree with Zakaria argument that the citizenry is a vital part of democracy.