Read the materials and then think carefully about its impact upon the people at that time (from this website https://famous-trials.com/haymarket/1181-home). The paper should NOT describe the trial. Your focus should be to analyze an issue or set of issues associated with the trial and the results. Take a strong position about some aspect of the event. Use only primary sources. Do not use first person — “I,” “me,” and so on. You must cite all paraphrases and quotations. Citation should be in this form at the end of the sentence or quotation: (Paine, Common Sense, 128) or (“Valley of the Shadow” Website, 1860 Agricultural Census for Franklin County). Long quotations (longer than 3 or 4 lines) should be indented 1/2 inch on both sides, skip 2 or 3 spaces (not 2 or 3 double spaces) above and below the quotation and place citation in brackets like this at the end. [Paine, Common Sense, 128] . Such block quotes should be single-spaced. Do not use more than three long quotations.