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Turabian Citation Style Guide: Executive Orders

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Executive Orders

"Almost all legal works use notes for documentation and few use bibliographies. Any work using the author-date style that needs to do more than mention the occasional source in the text should therefore use supplementary footnotes or endnotes. " (CMS, 15.54)

N:  1. Executive Order no. 11,609, Code of Federal Regulations, title 3, § 586 (1971 –75).

B:  U.S. President. Executive Order no. 11,609. Code of Federal Regulations. Title 3, § 586
(1971 –75).

P:  (U.S. President 1971, 586)

R:  U.S. President. Executive Order no. 11,609. 1971. Code of Federal Regulations. Title 3 (1971 –75): 586.

Legend

N: = Note

B: = Biblography

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

R: = Reference List

 

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