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Last Updated: Jul 05, 2016     Views: 12

You cite the source in which you found the speech. For example, if you found a copy of the speech in a book, cite that book. If you found it in a magazine, cite that magazine. Remember that one of the purposes of citing your sources is to allow the reader to find the same information you used from the same source you used.

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