Do whatever research and reading necessary to understand the issue of oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR). Select one side of the issue to argue. Your paper either will support drilling for oil in the ANWR oryour paper will oppose drilling for oil in the ANWR. As with any convincing argumentative essay, yours must successfully appeal to the reader on three levels: 1) logical/rational, 2) moral/ethical, and 3) emotional. Your essay should be approximately 1000 words in length. Your essay should adhere to the Modern Language Association (MLA) essay format and use 12-point Times New Roman typeface throughout. See The Bedford Researcher for information on MLA essay format and requirements. Use the MLA practice template (see MLA Resources in Blackboard) to help you format your sources on your essay’s Works Cited page. MLA’s own website (see Blackboard link) also has guidance on working with the MLA practice template and on adhering to MLA style. So does the OWL at Perdue (again, see the Blackboard link). Incorporate into your essay at least five items borrowed from at least three secondary sources and then document your sources according to MLA requirements. This means that your paper will have at least five parentheticals in‑text citations as well as a concluding page titled “Works Cited” where the required bibliographic information about your sources is presented in the format MLA wants. Examples of appropriate secondary sources to borrow from include magazines, journals, newspapers, databases (the MDC Library offers you free access to lots of databases), books, films, government publications, and encyclopedias. Again, avoid open sources like Wikipedia. Submit your essay to the appropriate drop box in Blackboard. As always, follow the conventions of standard edited American English. Please be your own editor and proofreader!