Talk:Frank Moss (politician)

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Source attribution vs copyright violation[edit]

I noted that the information presented here is very closely aligned with the Utah History Encyclopedia, but is formulated differently. This may happen if someone's trying to reproduce facts from a source, but using his own words. But the source of the information was neither acknowledged nor referenced, which is a violation of WP:V and WP:RS. I have (with some trepidation) added the link to the Utah History Encyclopedia (as "external link", not "source", since I have no idea whether the original editor was relying on it or taking the information from elsewhere, and removed the copyvio tag. Please add more sources and more information - remember: CITE SOURCES, but USE YOUR OWN WORDS! --Alvestrand 20:10, 2 July 2007 (UTC)