|WikiProject Philosophy||(Rated Start-class, Mid-importance)|
Possible source material
At Allen Weinstein, i removed an in-line external lk to "Statement on Standards of Professional Conduct" of American Historical Association, for the following reasons:
- The page is the current edition of a frequently revised document and thus not pertinent to the 1997 apparent claim that Weinstein violated prof stds that existed then, let alone at some point in 1978 or earlier.
- The article doesn't specify what acts constituted violations, so the stds can't act as verification of violation.
- Even if it did, that would be OR: the topic is the controversy, not anything about which position on it is fact.
- The link was not even a description-less footnote, but a piped lk with the accompanying article's title, essentially substituting an ext page for our article, and thus by its intent violating our prohibition on in-line ext lks.
On the other hand, if an editor would like to create a section or 'graph in the accompanying article using this source, it might be valuable for the Weinstein bio to internally lk to it.
--Jerzy•t 23:02, 12 October 2009 (UTC)
Copyright problem removed
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