Write an argument research essay (of at least 1500 words) about the working thesis that you have been working on throughout the previous writing assignments. Your thesis must be supported with at least three claims. The essay must also address the opposite viewpoint/include at least one counterargument paragraph. This essay must be supported with the source material: Make use of at least three sources located via research but no more than six. These sources must be current. At least one of your sources must be accessed via a library index (which can be done online via our library: from the top navigation bar, select Resources >> Library Resources). For the purposes of this assignment and to clarify, Google Scholar (or similar) does not count as a library index. At least one of your sources should reflect your topic's local impact (at the state, city, or county level). Consider using a library index to access a local newspaper, such as The Miami Herald, The Sun-Sentinel, etc. All source material used throughout the essay must be properly integrated and cited in-text per MLA guidelines. A corresponding Works Cited page must be submitted with the final draft. Without a corresponding Works Cited page, the essay will automatically earn a 0.