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Primary vs. Secondary Sources Discussion

Examine the following two sources:


Answer these three questions in a response to this post

1. Which source is a primary source?

2. Which source is a secondary source?

3. How may you use both of these sources within a research paper?

Once you have answered all three questions, respond to two other classmates' answer to question 3, letting them know how they might be able to improve their answer.

DMU Timestamp: September 03, 2020 08:33

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