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SUBJECT AREA English Language
DOCUMENT TYPE Essay
CREATED ON 4th December 2016
COMPLETED ON 5th December 2016
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Argumentation/persuasion essay (Your topic is up to you - as long as it is a proposal for advocacy for change)

Argumentation/persuasion essay #3 5 - 7 pages 5 - 7 sources work cited page (at least page number 6) 5 - 7 in text citations your thesis needs to have the word(s): should, must, needs - or should not, must not MLA
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