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Legislative Branch (Congress) Learning Guide: Citations

Sources we cite in Legislative Branch (Congress)

1 Woodrow Wilson, Congressional Government: A Study in American Politics (Houghton Mifflin, 1885), 57.
2 Will Rogers, quoted in Richard S. Zera, Business Wit & Wisdom (Beard Books, 2005), 38.
3 Mark Twain, quoted in Fred R. Shapiro and Joseph Epstein, eds., The Yale Book of Quotations (Yale U. Press, 2006), 782.
4 Woodrow Wilson, Congressional Government: A Study in American Politics (Houghton Mifflin, 1885), 57.
5 Will Rogers, quoted in Richard S. Zera, Business Wit & Wisdom (Beard Books, 2005), 38.
6 Mark Twain, quoted in Fred R. Shapiro and Joseph Epstein, eds., The Yale Book of Quotations (Yale U. Press, 2006), 782.
7 Quoted in Lewis D. Eigen and Jonathan Paul Siegel, eds., The Macmillan Dictionary of Political Quotations (Macmillan, 1993), 80.
8 Edward Abbey, A Voice Crying in the Wilderness (Macmillan, 1991) 31.
9 Missouri State Bar Association, "Civics Library of the Missouri Bar," http://members.mobar.org/civics/Facts.htm (accessed 12 December 2008).
10 The White House, "Biography of Andrew Johnson," http://www.whitehouse.gov/history/presidents/aj17.html (accessed 12 December 2008).
11 The White House, "Biography of Andrew Johnson," http://www.whitehouse.gov/history/presidents/aj17.html (accessed 12 December 2008).

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