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Turabian Citation Style Guide: Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports

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Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports

N:  1 U.S. Library of Congress, CRS, Intelligence Issues for Congress, by Richard A. Best Jr., CRS Report RL33539 (Washington, DC: Office of Congressional Information and Publishing, June 1, 2010).     

B:  U.S. Library of Congress.  Congressional Research Service.  Intelligence Issues for Congress, by Richard A. Best Jr. CRS Report RL33539. Washington, DC: Office of Congressional Information and Publishing, June 1, 2010.



P:  (U.S. Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service 2010, 10)

R: 
U.S. Library of Congress.  Congressional Research Service.  2010. Intelligence Issues for Congress, by Richard A. Best Jr. CRS Report RL33539. Washington, DC: Office of Congressional Information and Publishing, June 1, 2010.

*Cross –referencing between author and department may be appropriate in the bibliography.

B:  Best, Richard A., Jr. See U.S. Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service.

Legend

N: = Note

B: = Biblography

P: = In-text citations which are enclosed in parentheses.

R: = Reference List

 

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