In addition to books, articles, government or military or company documents and reports, etc., you should absolutely, most definitely include an interview with the specific decision maker to whom you'll be addressing your final report, as well as interviews with and/or survey results from others who have first-hand knowledge of the problem and/or might provide recommendations for solutions to the problem. IMPORTANT: Review the following information before attempting this exercise: Section 6.3, "Making an Argument," on pages 239-248 in Business Communication for Success. This advice on how to write annotated bibliographies (click on "this advice" and you will be taken to the page that contains the information. Remember, you MUST use MLA ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY format for this exercise. Do not simply upload the first ten items from a Google search, or format your sources using APA, Turabian, Chicago, or any other style. Use MLA style and include ANNOTATIONS for each entry (thus the term "MLA Annotated Bibliography). Discussion Prompt As your first message, send your annotated bibliography and also include a 150-200 word introduction describing any difficulties you've had finding information and requesting help from your classmates. My paper for my proposal is attached so it has to be the paper thank you for your help Compile a list of at least 10 possible sources, and list using MLA annotated bibliography format. These sources will be used to back up your claims as you present your "argument" in your final report.