ContentIdentify, define and explain the problem. Identify, define and explain two perspectives on how this problem can be solved by federal government, with the Student drawing personal conclusions based on their analysis of the problem and demonstrating an understanding of its complexities. Analysis and EvaluationPresent an informed evaluation of the evidence and the different viewpoints surrounding the problem. Compare and contrast the different viewpoints of the sources cited. Analyze and question your sources assumptions. This includes at a minimum these steps (1) identify/define/explain the problem to be solved (2) Provide one perspective of how the problem could be solved (3) Provide a second perspective on how the problem could be solved (4) Based upon your understanding and the knowledge you have gained, choose one of the two perspectives and argue in support of it and against the other. Paper lengthYour paper should contain a minimum of 1,200 words (not counting headings, notes, diagrams, tables, references or citations). No maximum length. The paper should be typewritten, double-spaced, standard 1-inch margins, 12-pt font utilizing Times New Roman or similar font. Use MLA paper formatting. Your paper should be based upon information from a minimum of five (5) published sources (no maximum). Each one of your proposed solutions should be supported by at least one research source. Wikipedia, blogs and tweets do not count as sources.Tables and charts are not required but welcome; these do not count toward your word count. Writing styleWith few or no typographical errors, misspelled words, and grammatical errors. Use proper, complete sentence and paragraph structure. Improve your writing style by revising the paper as many times as necessary. CitationsAnytime you borrow someones ideas, paraphrase or quote them, cite all sources using an MLA citation format. Construct a bibliography (e.g., Works Cited page) using an MLA format. Students are not allowed to use a substantial portion of any paper previously written by them for another class or as part of another project; this work must be original in nature.