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References to newspapers should include the following, in the order indicated: (1) name of author (if given), (2) title of article, (3) name of newspaper, (4) date of newspaper, (5) section (if applicable), and (6) page numbers. Note: Newspaper names are not abbreviated. If a city name is not part of the newspaper name, it may be added to the official name, for clarity, as with Minneapolis in example 1. See example 5 for how to treat an article that “ jumps” from one page to a later page (see also 3.11.4, References to Print Journals, Discontinuous Pagination).

  • 1. Wolfe W. State’s mail-order drug plan launched. Minneapolis Star Tribune. May 14, 2004:1B.

  • 2. Connolly C. A small win for proponents of drug importation. Washington Post. April 23, 2004:EO1.

  • 3. Richer S. America’s new war on drugs targets Canadian pharmacists. Globe and Mail. May 17, 2004:A1.

  • 4. Goode E. Study finds jump in children taking psychiatric drugs. New York Times. January 14, 2003:A21.

  • 5. Overbye D. A philanthropist of science seeks to be its next Nobel. New York Times. April 19, 2005:D1, D4.

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