Answer the following exam question and support your response with evidence gained from an analysis of the readings. Be sure to mention concrete claims made by the authors. Your Final exam essay should be a multi-paragraph essay with an introduction and a thesis statement, body paragraphs, and a conclusion. Your essay should include paraphrases and/or quotations and follow the conventions of standard English grammar and usage. When referring to the articles, be sure to use the method of attribution and citation that were taught in class this term. Write your response in an essay with an introduction, body paragraphs that develop on your thesis, and a conclusion. Make use of both paraphrase and direct quotes, giving attribution to the author when using direct quotes. You must attach your response as either a PDF or a Microsoft Word file Writing Prompt: In his essay "Three Ways Of Meeting Oppression," Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. advocates for nonviolent resistance to unjust laws. Describe King's three different ways of meeting oppression, and explain why he favors nonviolent resistance as the best option. In your conclusion, make a connection between king's ideas and at least one other text you have read this semester that deals with resistance and oppression.