Should include a discussion of at least three consequences. This is a casual argument meaning: A causal argument is one that focuses specifically on how something has caused, or has led to, some particular problem. A causal argument answers a how or why question: How did things get to be the way they are? Why did something happen? A causal argument is an important argument type, as people are often looking for reasons as to why things have happened but may not be sure or have all of the necessary information. In your causal argument, you get the chance to make these things clear. Double-spaced; times new Roman; 12-point font. More requirements in the attached files.