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One comment on “Bibliography

  1. There are occasional formatting errors throughout this bibliography, which by no means is terrible, but if you look across, you see the majority have no mentioned authors. This speaks two ways: unreliability or tertiary sources. More balance would bring a stronger overall blog.

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