During the course of the term, you have spent a good deal of time crafting an original argument concerning a current issue you feel is worthy of discussion. As we have discussed in class, we can assume that your audience in an argument is at least skeptically neutral, if not opposed to your view (after all, if your audience agrees with your stance without reservation, you are no longer arguing). For this assignment, after you have researched your topic and those who oppose your stance, take some time to reflect further on your audience. Specifically, how does your audience differ from you, and how might that affect their stance on the issue? You may want to consider issues of race, gender, religious or moral convictions, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or any other important demographic division. As part of your reflection, comment on how understanding the diversity of your audience has helped you use Rogerian argument in your essay. Your response should be a minimum of 500 words, and should be uploaded as a Word document in MLA style. Remember that this is a formal writing assignment, so edit carefully for spelling, grammar, punctuation, and mechanics.