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Judicial Branch & Supreme Court Learning Guide: Citations

Sources we cite in Judicial Branch & Supreme Court

1 Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay, The Federalist: On the New Constitution (1788; published by Glazier & Co., 1826), pg. 123.
2 Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay, The Federalist: On the New Constitution (1788; published by Glazier & Co., 1826), pg. 122.
3 Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay, The Federalist: On the New Constitution (1788; published by Glazier & Co., 1826), pg. 122.
4 William Wilson, "I Had Prayed to God that This Thing Was Fiction," in James S. Olson and Randy Roberts (eds.), My Lai: A Brief History with Documents (Boston: Bedford Books, 1998).
5 Herbert L. Carter, "Testimony to US Army CID, 1969", in James Stuart Olson and Randy Roberts (eds.), My Lai: A Brief History with Documents (Boston: Bedford Books, 1998), pg. 80.
6 William L. Calley, "Testimony at Court-Martial, 1970," in James Stuart Olson and Randy Roberts (eds.), My Lai: A Brief History with Documents (Boston: Bedford Books, 1998), pg. 185.
7 Aubrey M. Daniel, Letter to President Richard M. Nixon (April 1970), < http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/mylai/daniels_ltr.html>, accessed 30 December 2008.

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