describe the controversy you chose to explore; make sure to acknowledge the sources of your information in your writing.

In 200–300 words, describe the controversy you chose to explore; make sure to acknowledge the sources of your information in your writing. Identify the person who allegedly committed the plagiarism and the person or persons who made the allegation. Report how the alleged plagiarism was discovered and the outcome of the controversy. Finally, then explain in your own words what makes plagiarism wrong, even if it is unintentional. • Stephen Ambrose, popular historian and biographer; • Joseph Biden, former U.S. presidential candidate and current vice president; • Jayson Blair, former New York Times reporter; • Maureen Dowd, New York Times op-ed columnist; • Doris Kearns Goodwin, popular historian and author; • Jonah Lehrer, science journalist and former New Yorker columnist; • Victor Ponta, Romanian prime minister; • Vladimir Putin, president of Russia; and • Pal Schmitt, former president of Hungar