Source is: James M.McPherson. For cause and comrades. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997. only pages 77 to 103. The Reading Responses: must outline the central themes and arguments of the days reading. Your response must be no more than a paragraph in length. It should address these basic questions: What are the major topics and themes of the reading? What is the authors central argument(s)? To address these questions, you might also address the kinds of sources the author uses and how the author makes his or her argument. The Reading Questions: each of which might have multiple parts, must contain enough content to show that the student has read and engaged the assigned readings. Queries might address a specific idea, person, and/or event but must also raise broader themes and issues. In formulating these questions, consider what the answers might look like to ensure that they contain both depth and breadth. Reading Response Example for some other book In the first few chapters of Roanoke, Kupperman introduces readers to sixteenth-century European privateering and outlines the first English attempts to settle off the coast of North Carolina. She outlines the initial missions of figures such as Arthur Barlow, Thomas Grenville, and Ralph Lane. She relies the reports of figures such as John White, a painter, and Thomas Harriot, a scientist, to outline the relationship between the English arrivals and the Native Algonquian population. She argues Reading Question Example: How did the English expectations of travel and settlement to the Americas compare with the realities of their first attempts to settle off the coast of North Carolina? What inspired these expectations? Who were the main figures involved in articulating these expectations?