Here is a citation from the Wall Street
Date (October 24)
Page (Section A, Page 22)
It doesn't give the name of the publication,
because this index provides citations for the Wall Street Journal alone.
It also doesn't provide a year, because this index provides the citations one
year per book, so you would know the year by the book you found the citation in.
You can usually tell that an article is from a
title of the publication will often be familiar, such as New York Times,
Lewiston Morning Tribune, or Christian Science Monitor.
Sometimes the citation will tell you which edition the article came from, such
as Morning Edition. That's a clue that the article is from a newspaper.
citation will usually include information about a section, sometimes as part
of the page number. If you see a page number like C1, it is often an
indication that the article is from a newspaper.
citations for newspaper articles usually include a date but not a volume or
are unsure whether the article is from a newspaper, ask the Reference
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