On 7/12/07, Thomas Dalton <thomas.dalton(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Your argument was that you had two sources which made
to show which statements came from which.
Nope can deal with that. Statements do not directly come from sources
(on any scale that would be a copyvio See Folsom v. Marsh).
Sources are there to back up facts.
That is entirely about where
to put the references. You can tell what is and what isn't cited by
reading the sources.
You gave two examples, in both of which you said you had the sources,
so why can't you cite them?
I didn't say that. I know the information could be refed but I don't
off hand know an exact location. Nor do I care to go looking at this
time. So your choice is:
You position currently favours the latter.