The World's Repatriation of Antiquities

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I think that the strengths of my essay were my strong language choice, the flow between ideas, and the amount of support and research in it.  This helped to make my argument easy to follow, interesting, and credible.

When composing this essay, the challenges I met were the flow of my paper and following the exact assignment--picking a policy, not the group that enacted the policy.  To fix the flow of the paper and make it easier to read and follow, I tried to tie each idea and sentence and paragraph to the next.  As for the policy, once I realized that I hadn't followed the prompt because I was talking about UNESCO's Intergovernmental Committee and not the policy specifically, I changed my wording slightly to make it more specifically about the policy that I had written about all along.

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