How do I write an introduction for an argumentative essay on human trafficking?

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Fortunately, you have chosen a topic that immediately resonates with many people, most of whom are already primed for a reason to detest the practice of human trafficking. The spectrum of people who might support the idea of human trafficking is mercifully small, which makes your task in an argument essay more focused: that is, you can concentrate on an argument that assumes the evils of human trafficking and explore the fact that it is still, despite its already reprehensible nature, an evil that needs to be eradicated.

First, and most important, any argument essay begins with a fair amount of research. You need to read as much as you can (given your time constraints) about human trafficking. Why does it exist? Who are most likely to be the victims? Are certain countries more likely to encourage it? What are the personal and societal consequences of such trafficking? This research becomes the framework of your thinking about the topic and will guide you to the points you want to focus on...

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