The paper needs to be at between 5-6 double spaced pages, typed in a 12 point readable font,1” margins, and abide by MLA formatting conventions of your major. The paper must include references (quotes, summary, paraphrasing etc.) to at least 5 sources (years between 2006-Present). ● The paper must respectfully engage with opposing viewpoints through 4 of the following rhetorical moves: qualify your argument, refute an argument, extend an argument, find common ground, provide evidence for your argument, concede a point to an opposing argument, and to establish your own credibility. The paper must avoid logical fallacies, circular arguments, and over-simplistic conclusions.