Minnent Domain: Do you agree with changes made to emiminent domain?

Below are instructions for my essay and please use guide lines for my original essay. In addition, please write this task in an argumentative essay:

Assignment 3
Use Passages A (pro) and B (con) and the Chart to respond to the following a3:ssignment.

Do you agree with the chances made with the eminent domain?

In an essay in your own words of approximately 400i??600 words, present a fully developed argument that introduces and supports a claim assessing the benefits and risks of eminent domain law. Your argument must:

a include a knowledgeable claim that demonstrates an understanding of the topic;
a use valid reasoning that draws on and extends the arguments in the sources provided;
a support your claim with relevant and sufficient evidence from all three sources; and
a anticipate and address at least one counterclaim.

Your essay should be written for an audience of educated adults. You must maintain an appropriate style and tone and use clear and precise language throughout. With the exception of appropriately identified quotations and paraphrases from the sources provided, your writing must be your own.

Sample argumentative essay outline to use:

Introduction

1. What is the topic you are writing about?

2. What is your stand on this topic (are you for it or against it, or do you think something needs to be changed, such as a law)?

First Body Paragraph
1. Give one reason why you feel the way you do about your topic.

2. Give one piece of evidence to support your reason (a personal story, a fact or statistic, or a hypothetical i??what ifi?? situation)

Second Body Paragraph

1. Give a second reason why you feel the way you do about your topic.

2. Give one piece of evidence to support your second reason (a personal story, a fact or statistic, or a hypothetical i??what ifi?? situation)

Third Body Paragraph

1. Give a third reason why you feel the way you do about your topic.

2. Give one piece of evidence to support your third reason (a personal story, a fact or statistic, or a hypothetical i??what ifi?? situation)

Counterclaim

1. Give one good reason why someone might disagree with your main argument.

2. Tell me why you think that person would be wrong (give a counterclaim to their claim or point).

Counterclaim: Begin with a topic sentence that presents the counterclaim (which is opposed to or disagrees with your thesis statement) and offer an argument that attacks the counterclaim. Sentence Starters may include:
The opposing claims may argue that…
Other people may disagree because…
Evidence: Include one citation (direct quote) from The Scarlet Letter that presents the counterclaim. Introduce the counterclaim and then present the citation. i??The worldi??s law was no law for her mindi?? (Hawthorne, 143). Summarize the citation and explain why iti??s a counterclaim. Finally, attack the counterclaim (which supports your thesis statement).
Conclusion

1. Sum up your main idea and your strongest arguments for it here:

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Please use my essay that I will attach. I must have 5 paragraph for this essay.

Below are additional instructions for my essay.

Paragraph 1: proof read the flow of the sentences and make sure I have my thesis statement in last sentence. Please make sure my sentence flows and that I have 5 sentences. In addition, I need another reason for my thesis statement and I only have one.

Paragraph 2: Proof read. Make sure I properly use the pro evidences and explain. Do not use MLA or APA style when citing. Cite a source in the passages that mentions compensations or the idea of it. Include 5 sentences.

Paragraph 3: I am stuck. I cant seem to explain the second part of my thesis statement properly, which is causes accidents. Please use evidence for the pro article on eminent. because I do not have another reason. Please help with another reason of the eminent domain. In addition, please include 5 sentences.

Paragraph 4: This paragraph is my counterclaim. Please give ideas. use the con article and the graph for this paragraph. I also need five sentences. Do not use MLA or APA style when citing. Please cite the con article and graph. My first sentence good as a counterclaim, however, I need supporting evidence to back up my side.

Paragraph 5: please see rubric. My first sentence is fine. Please use five sentences.

Prompt
Introduction
A recent Supreme Court decision has provoked much debate about private property rights. In this decision, the court ruled that the city of New London was within the bounds of the U.S. Constitution when it condemned private property for use in a redevelopment plan. This ruling is an example of the classic debate between individual rights vs. the greater good.
Assignment
Carefully read the following sources, including any introductory information. Then, in an essay that synthesizes at least three of the sources for support, take a position that supports, opposes, or qualifi es the claim that the government taking property from one private owner to give to another for the creation of further economic development constitutes a permissible i??public usei?? under the Fifth Amendment.
Refer to the sources as Source A, Source B, and so forth.

Please use page 43 of the article called EMINENT DOMAIN Information about Its Uses and Effect on
Property Owners and Communities Is Limited for the graph.

Please follow outline below:
Persuasive Essay Outline Worksheet

Introduction

1. What is the topic you are writing about?

2. What is your stand on this topic (are you for it or against it, or do you think something needs to be changed, such as a law)?

First Body Paragraph
1. Give one reason why you feel the way you do about your topic.

2. Give one piece of evidence to support your reason (a personal story, a fact or statistic, or a hypothetical i??what ifi?? situation)

Second Body Paragraph

1. Give a second reason why you feel the way you do about your topic.

2. Give one piece of evidence to support your second reason (a personal story, a fact or statistic, or a hypothetical i??what ifi?? situation)

Third Body Paragraph

1. Give a third reason why you feel the way you do about your topic.

2. Give one piece of evidence to support your third reason (a personal story, a fact or statistic, or a hypothetical i??what ifi?? situation)

Counterclaim

1. Give one good reason why someone might disagree with your main argument.

2. Tell me why you think that person would be wrong (give a counterclaim to their claim or point).

Counterclaim: Begin with a topic sentence that presents the counterclaim (which is opposed to or disagrees with your thesis statement) and offer an argument that attacks the counterclaim. Sentence Starters may include:
The opposing claims may argue that…
Other people may disagree because…
Evidence: Include one citation (direct quote) from The Scarlet Letter that presents the counterclaim. Introduce the counterclaim and then present the citation. i??The worldi??s law was no law for her mindi?? (Hawthorne, 143). Summarize the citation and explain why iti??s a counterclaim. Finally, attack the counterclaim (which supports your thesis statement).
Conclusion

1. Sum up your main idea and your strongest arguments for it here:

Essay 3: Use Passages A and B and the Chart to respond to the following assignment.

Do you support the eminent domain?

In an essay in your own words of approximately 400i??600 words, present a fully developed argument that introduces and supports a claim assessing the benefits and risks eminent domain. Your argument must:

a include a knowledgeable claim that demonstrates an understanding of the topic;
a use valid reasoning that draws on and extends the arguments in the sources provided;
a support your claim with relevant and sufficient evidence from all three sources; and
a anticipate and address at least one counterclaim.

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