Write a micro-history of the events that occurred in London in Dec. 1952. Have a clear argument that attempts to answer the question for your group. In other words, what creative insight can you give us, backed up by historical evidence, that isn’t necessarily obvious? Use the specifics from your group’s particular batch of primary sources in order to make your account as interesting and unique as possible. In other words, aim for an essay that is not simply a broad summary, but one that ties the general to the specific.