Do not copy phrases or sentences from the textbook. Remember, plagiarism is a crime.
Consider the following guidelines (but do not limit yourself to them).
Before you begin writing:
Read the conversation between Crandall and Putnam provided above very carefully. Take down notes as you read and analyze the transcript.
Paragraph one: Introduction
Introduce the US v American Airlines Inc. case in your own words. This should be a short summary (not more than 3 to 4 sentences).
Paragraphs two: Body paragraph 1
Define solicitation and conspiracy. Explain the difference between solicitation and conspiracy. What kinds of speech acts are involved in solicitation and conspiracy?
Carefully examine the transcript provided above. Examine linguistic aspects such as the power dynamics [who is in lead in the conversation (and how do you know this? What’s the evidence?); when and how do the speakers take turns? Is the language direct or indirect? Do the speakers use code to keep the content of their conversation discrete? etc.]
Paragraphs two: Body paragraph 2
Did Crandall commit a crime? Which sentence in the transcript would be the evidence of a crime? Explain your response by specifying the type of crime in as much details as possible. What would have to change in the conversation to become a conspiracy?
Paragraph four: Conclusion
Conclude your analysis. Provide your views on the US v American Airlines Inc. case and your insights about solicitation. Base your conclusions on facts.
Please make sure you express your claims clearly and succinctly. Use formal language. Proofread your writing before you submit it. 
Crandall: I think it’s dumb as hell for Christ’s sake, all right, to sit here and
pound the **** out of each other and neither one of us making a ****
Putnam:  Well—
Crandall: I mean, you know, goddamn, what the **** is the point of it?
Putnam:  Nobody asked American to serve Harlingen. Nobody asked American to
serve Kansas City, and there were low fares in there, you know, before. So—
Crandall: You better believe it, Howard. But, you, you, you know, the complex
is here—ain’t gonna change a goddamn thing, all right. We can, we can both live here and there ain’t no room for Delta. But there’s, ah, no reason that I can see, all right, to put both companies out of business.
Putnam: But if you’re going to overlay every route of American’s on top of over,
on top of every route that Braniff has—I can’t just sit here and allow you to bury us without giving our best effort.
Crandall: Oh sure, but Eastern and Delta do the same thing in Atlanta and have
for years.
Putnam:  Do you have a suggestion for me?
Crandall: Yes. I have a suggestion for you. Raise your goddamn fares twenty
percent. I’ll raise mine the next morning.
Putnam:  Robert, we—
Crandall: You’ll make more money and I will too.
Putnam:  We can’t talk about pricing.
Crandall: Oh bull ****, Howard. We can talk about any goddamn thing we want
to talk about.

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