Inequity and Social Justice

I’m trying to learn for my English class and I’m stuck. Can you help?


I need you to write an MLA outline (1 page) , an essay (1 page) including the topic, and an MLA works cited (1 page).

I attached you a document which contains two sources (named Income Inequity and Social Justice)and the complete text for you if you want to use it. I need you to add those two sources to the Citations Page.

Here are the detailed instructions: For this essay, you are going to select an issue that you feel strongly about and explain why you feel strongly about the issue ( I selected income inequity as you can find on the sources I attached to you). This essay will, later on, be used in a larger research paper. The assignment will include an MLA outline (1 page), the essay itself (Max. 2 pages) and an MLA works cited (1 page). The assignment should not exceed four pages.

  • The most important thing is that you fully use your analytical skills in using the appropriate rhetorical structure.
  • I will be looking to see how well you appeal to your audience and how well you stress the logical and emotional aspects of your association with the person/place. Also, I will be looking for the use of opening and concluding strategies.
  • The style will be formal, and I want to see how well you can utilize the standards of American Edited English.
  • I will be looking to see how well you incorporate cause and effect and comparison into your essay.
  • I will focus on the quality of your introduction

Thank you! Looking forward!


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INCOME INEQUALITY Income inequality is an economic condition in which monetary earnings vary greatly among members of a society, creating a vast disparity in wealth. Income refers to not only wages—the money paid to employees as compensation for work—but also revenue from other sources, including bonuses, interest on savings, dividends from investments, profits on sales, and gifts. Income accumulation creates wealth, which is the total value of assets owned (such as homes, cars, savings, and investments) less the total amount of liabilities owed (such as mortgages, car loans, student loans, and credit card debt) by an individual or household. In the United States, the earnings gap between the wealthiest Americans and the rest of the population has been growing for three decades. As of 2018, income inequality has approached the peak