Week 6 Core Assessment:The final paragraph from For the Common Defense Introduction (xiv) says:“Americans have had a peculiar ambivalence toward war. They have traditionally and sincerely viewed themselves as a peaceful, unmilitaristic people, and yet they have hardly been unwarlike. Statistics alone testify to the pervasive presence of war in the nation’s history, for tens of millions of Americans have served in wartime and more than a million have died in uniform. Understanding both this paradoxical love-hate attitude toward war and the relationship among military institutions, war, and society is essential in comprehending America’s past, its present, and, perhaps, its future.”CLOs:1. Interpret and analyze the “American way of war”2. Describe and compareAmerican military models3. Analyze changing American military policies and goals4. Examine American military use of technology5. Analyze American relationship with, preparation for, and application of warThis analytical essay should be:Double-spaced, font size of 10-12, Times New Roman.Citations in proper Chicago Style.Use margins of one-inch on all four sidesContain a proper page header with numbered pages.Length: 1,000 to 1,500 words (approximately 4 to 6 pages).Include an abstract of 40-60 words.Include an introduction paragraph with a clear statement of thesis or purpose, and a conclusion paragraph that reiterates your key points.Core Assessment Grading Rubric: Due at the end of Week 6Abstract (10 points): The abstract should be 40-60 words in length.Thesis Statement (10 points): introduction with clear thesis statementYour Analysis (50 points):1. America’s paradoxical love-hate relationship with war2. How this relationship influences American warConclusion (10 points): conclusion paragraph that reiterates key pointsResourceMillet, A., maslowski, P., & Feis, W. (2012). For the Common Defense A Military History of the United States from 1607-2012. New York: Free Press.