Use tertiary and especially secondary sources to inform their interpretation of historical documents

Description:
 This assignment is designed to introduce students to art of balancing primary, secondary, andtertiary sources. This is what historians do: use tertiary and especially secondary sources to informtheir interpretation of historical documents (primary sources). Your essay must address the questionin the assignment with an interpretive thesis based on a close reading of the primary and secondarysources. 

Assignment:
 In a five-page interpretive essay based exclusively on the materials below, discuss the relationshipsbetween colonization, the rise of industrial capitalism, and nationalist identities in the longnineteenth century. Be sure to formulate your answer using the primary source, the tertiary source,and especially one of the secondary sources below 

Primary Source 
 W. E. B. Du Bois, The African Roots of War, Atlantic Monthly, May 1915, pp. 70714 (excerptedand available on Bb.). 

Secondary Source (choose one article) 
Musab Younis. United by blood: Race and Transnationalism During the Belle poque. Nations and Nationalisms 23:3 (July 2017): 484504. 
OR
Mark Harvey. Slavery, Indenture and the Development of British Industrial Capitalism. HistoryWorkshop Journal 88 (February 2019): 6688. 

Tertiary Source 
Leslie Gordon Goffe. Remembering W. E. B. Du Bois The Father of ModernPan-Africanism. New African, December 2013, pp. 8285.