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This article was written in December of 2006. I found this source on EBSCOhost. The authors’ credentials are listed below their names on the first page of the document. This tells me what their authority is and gives me a sense that they are credible. Their article is about public procurement and how it affects our country. I feel like this will be a helpful source and will help me get a sense of how our citizens affect our government’s spending and budgeting. My third source is titled “Governor’s budget takes us in wrong direction”. This article is from the New Hampshire Business Review. The author is Cathy Silber. The article is from February 25 – March 10, 2010. I found this article on EBSCOhost. The dates tell me that the information is current and the fact that it comes from a review journal makes the information seem credible. It talks about budget cuts and how it hurts our economy, which is exactly what my speech is about. This will help me build my argument and direct my thought process a little. My fourth source is titled “Keeping our promise on a frugal budget”. This is also from the New Hampshire Business Review. The authors are William O’Brien, Pamela Tucker, and D.J. Bettencourt. It is from the weeks of February 25 – March 10, 2010. The dates tell me that the information is current and this source talks about how New Hampshire’s state budget needs fixing. The way politicians plan on fixing the budget problem in that area of New Hampshire is sort of the mindset I’m sending my speech so it is a helpful source. My fifth source is titled “On Government Structure and Spending: The Effects of Management Form and Separation of Powers”. The authors are Rebecca J. Campbell and Geoffrey K. Turnbull. This article was received in final form in May of 2002, but published in 2003 in Urban Studies. The information in this article is about the structure of the government and will help me write a main point about the actual way our government is run and how this affects the spending and budgeting that is allotted.
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