So far this semester, you have explained and analyzed various exigencies, and you have explained and analyzed how two works presented ethical, logical, and emotional appeals to drive arguments. In your last major essay, the researched argument, you will need to create an argument that explores various ways that we should engage in struggle. To be successful, you will need to do the following: 1. Create a strong thesis that answers the following question: In what ways should we engage in struggle? 2. Identify strong claims in support of your position. 3. Develop logical, ethical, and emotional appeals to convince your readers. 4. Explain and partially refute some objections to your claims. 5. Cite at least four different sources throughout your paper, one of which must include ideas opposed to your own (please use scholarly sources and sources from our course readings). You will also need to: a. Integrate each source at least twice throughout your paper. b. Provide a brief objective summary of at least one of your sources. Researched Argument Presentations The presentations of your argument will take place on 6/25 and 6/30 and are meant to inform your peers about your researched argument (e.g., teach them something new) and to help you clarify the importance of your argument. (I will pass around a sheet with time slots, and you will be able to choose your date and time.) In your presentation, you should explain the exigencies, the rhetorical audience, your argument, and some of the support that you chose and/or the choices that you made while writing your argument. Format Requirements Your final essay must be 6-8 pages in length (not counting the Works Cited page) and in proper MLA format. Please include a Works Cited page.