Is there a family history on this person? My wife did interviews of a minority people for her PhD thesis and had to go through all sorts of hoops in order to have the permission needed to do research on humans subjects. Michelle's tortured grammar would certainly have caused her committee to reject the thesis and have it re-written. Again my wife spent most of a year writing her thesis and had to go through numerous re-writes because one or more of her committee members didn't like the way a section was written.
I found that she appears to have been an angry, irrational and possibly dangerous person. I also found that it's hard to believe she would've had the intelligence level required to graduate from law school, much less get accepted into law school. While reviewing the logic behind her thesis' arguments, I began to mark her grammar and punctuation.
It was my intention to publish her grammatical errors at the conclusion of my review. However, her grammatical errors are so numerous that I've decided it's not worthwhile to record and correct them all. The list of errors that I have compiled is very numerous, considering they were made on a short space of only five pages pages 12 to Just imagine how many errors Michelle has likely made on pages 17 to !
It would be a lengthy task to record and correct her errors! Now, I realize that people, including myself, don't always use proper grammar in everyday speech and writing. However, when it comes to college writing assignments, especially a thesis, it is fair to assume that her grammar was very likely being marked!
So, let's see what I found! Michelle's intent could be either of the following: Grammatically, Michelle's sentence is horrible. It's likely Michelle's intent was b. However, that doesn't negate her grammatical error.
Although this error is not serious enough to eliminate the obviousness of her sentence's intent, the absence of the comma results in the sentence being far too wordy to be devoid of a break. This should read "As greater numbers of Blacks However, the best improvement would be to change the sentence to appear as: It should appear as: If you take "in particular" out of the sentence, it doesn't detract from the understanding of the sentence at all!
This should appear as: There is no need to use the word "presently". After all, isn't it assumed that her beliefs are her present beliefs, unless otherwise stated? Also, she incorrectly uses the plural of "goal". That sums it up for the grammatical errors found among pages 12 to 16 well, the start of page If I become motivated enough someday, perhaps I'll document the errors among pages 16 to !Michele Obamas Senior Thesis.
Michelle Obama thesis was on racial divide – POLITICO Michelle Obama x27;s senior thesis at Princeton shows a young woman grappling with race and her role in society.
Princeton Releases Michelle Obama x27;. The Radical Racist Background of Michelle Obama. Download Michelle Obama four of Michelle Obama's thesis papers from Princeton University here. Princeton, Charles C.
Johnson wrote on October 30, , "Michelle Obama attends and promotes a 'Black Solidarity' event for guest lecturer Manning Marable. So reads Michelle Obama's senior thesis, written when she was a student at Princeton.
You can read the whole thing, which I'm not going to do, but I did read the first few pages, and nothing I read troubles me. So little is known about the Obamas that a great deal of scrutiny is in order given the office Obama is seeking.
2/23/08, AM. Jun 06, · Skip to comments. Michelle Obama’s Masters Thesis is flawed throughout timberdesignmag.com ^ | June 6, | Suzanne Eovaldi, staff writer Posted on 06/06/ AM PDT by jmaroneps The thesis written by Michelle LaVaughn Robinson (now Obama) in , contains three unmitigated impediments that would .
A Politico post by Jeffrey Ressner on Michelle Obama’s Princeton thesis, entitled “Princeton-Educated Blacks and the Black Community,” can be found here.
Politico is currently hosting it in a 4-part PDF. A complete PDF of the thesis can be downloaded here. Michelle would later write her senior thesis, which attracted national attention in , on that same kind of “oppression.” The page thesis tends to discredit the claim that race-based admissions policies or separate groups actually foster diversity and integration at all.