Write an argumentative research-based essay to communicate meaning, build credibility, inspire belief or action, anticipate & respond to counterarguments, and include rebuttals for each counterargument. Write according to length and format instructions: 850-1100 words (MINIMUM) in a Microsoft Word document, double spaced with 1-inch margins, and typed in 12pt. font Times New Roman, utilizing MLA Style conventions. Conduct research using library catalog and databases. Employ a variety of 5 acceptable research sources minimum, both primary and secondary. One source MUST be a book. Two sources MUST be from academic journals (DATABASES). Two sources CAN be from reputable websites such as Google Scholar and university or government websites; these sources MUST be approved by your professor. Document research sources according to MLA style conventions. Actively engage in peer-review sessions and use peers’ feedback, together with my comments, to revise the argumentative essay. Apply Edited American English.