The Assignment:You are welcome to choose your own topic and sources. This can be a lot of work though. If you don’t want to do this, you can follow the sources on inequality here. Some researchers argue that inequality has significant, lasting effects on people. Other researchers have similar opinions but explore the topic from a different perspective. Others disagree and present different opinions on inequality and its impact on people and communities. Using the list of articles and websites listed below, write an essay that synthesizes various points of view to show how they agree and differ with each other on inequality. You will need to find one outside source on your own to add to this group.US Census Bureau: Income Inequality (Links to an external site.)Growing Apart: A Political History of American Inequality (Links to an external site.)5 shocking facts about extreme Global Inequality and How To Even It Up (Links to an external site.)Sick of Poverty (Links to an external site.)Auctioning the American Dream (Links to an external site.)Intended Audience:Academic Audience: Students, Peers, ProfessorExpectations/Requirements:Paper Length: Typed 6-7 pages, double-spaced, with 1-inch marginsResearch: Must include the 5 sources listed here plus one additional source of your choosing. If you choose a topic other than inequality, you will need 5 sources.Format: You may choose whether to follow APA or MLA formatting guidelines.Rhetorical Approach: This is not an argumentative research paper. You can subtly influence readers in how you structure your essay or in your choice of sources, but your goal is not to push your own opinion or to take a firm position or stand on the issue. Instead, you should approach this assignment as an objective, fair-minded reporter or analyst whose job it is to carefully and thoughtfully explore and account for the critical conversation surrounding your topic. You are using sources to explain “a conversation” and your goal is to help your readers better understand the complexity of the issue and the variety of voices weighing in on the topic. This expectation of objectivity should shape your rhetorical approach. Make sure that your tone, language, or treatment of source material does not work to undermine your objectivity or damage your ethos. Treat each source fairly and accurately; avoid judgmental language as you attempt to synthesize and explain each perspective and source.