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References[edit]

The references for this article include a mix of print book citations as well as "cite web". I have made edits so all date format are now MLA standard "DD Month YYYY". All references appear to follow the guidelines for citation in Help:Footnotes as well as Wikipedia:Cite_book and Wikipedia:Cite_web, however these same recommended ref and Citation templates are what control the visible output on the page. I request suggestions to make the mixed type of citations more consistent-looking and still make use of the built-in reference and citation templates. It seems that the "citation style may be unclear" could be removed. Danstoner (talk) 02:58, 25 March 2010 (UTC)

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