It comes from a journal called urban studies and

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affects the spending and budgeting that is allotted. It comes from a journal called “Urban Studies” and gives a volume and issue number which makes it easy to trace. It also gives a list of references at the end of the document citing where their information came from. My sixth source is titled “Allocating government education expenditures across K – 12 and college education”. The authors of this article are William Blankenau, Steven P. Cassou, and Beth Ingram. This article was first published on March 22, 2006 but was published in this journal in 2007. This information is only about four years old so it’s pretty current. It also addresses my issue of education which makes it a helpful source. It also addresses the government’s spending and how it’s hurting educational expenditures. My seventh source is titled “A ‘state of the union’ fight ahead over US government spending”. The author is Mark Trumbull. This article was published in the Christian Science Monitor on January 22, 2011. This is very current information and comes from a journal source, which generally speaking, are pretty credible. The information in this article pertains to the debate on how to attack the spending problem in the US. This will help my argument and may help me better formulate a solution to my problem. The author uses quotes from government officials, which adds to its credibility.
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My eighth source is from . The author is Christopher Chantrill. This website was last updated March 9 th , 2011. This is current information and also gives past information for comparison. This website also allows me access to Britain’s information, which can be used as a comparison to our own. On this website I found charts for many different things, like Federal Budgeting, Spending, and Debt. This information will help me build my argument and show statistics in a clearer way.
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