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Politics and Elections

Library guide covering resources for Politics and Elections with an emphasis on the United States

Citing Sources

ASU Library Citation Style Manual. This is an excellent page containing links to many of the most popular citation style formats


For an automated service to help format your citations, try: Son of Citation Machine from the Landmark Project.  It is very easy to use and accurate. 


This is a very comprehensive web page from Duke University Libraries entitled: Assembling a List of Works Cited in Your Paper.

I particularly like it because it includes examples for both the major formats of citable materials and the respective style manual citations

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