It should show that you have followed up on the reading by reviewing some of the sources cited in the text relevant to your analysis. The paper should not be a summary of the chapter, but rather an analysis of one or two of the issues in the chapter. The best papers will include outside research. Please take full advantage of the electronic resources available to you through library.gmu.edu. Do not simply use Google or Bing or similar research tools; these are unlikely to find good academic material. Good choices for subjects for the discussion papers include the legal decisions appended to most of the chapters, a legal case described in the chapter, or another interesting issue raised in the chapter. Each paper should be at least 500 words long (not including footnotes) and no more than 1500 words (not including footnotes).