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GOV307: Latinos & the Politics of Immigration in the U.S.: Cite Sources

Fall 2021, V. Garcia


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Writing Papers: A Handbook for Students at Smith College
Read "Acknowledging and Documenting Your Sources" starting on page 57 (pg. 67 in pdf file).

the Writing Process Series breaks the writing process down into steps and offers advice and strategies relevant to the main issues confronting most writers.

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