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I need assistance with annotated bibliography. The professor has made suggestions, but I just don't understand.

I need assistance with annotated bibliography.....please review and make suggestions for editing. The professor has made suggestions, but I just don't understand. For example,

FREMSTAD- add Center for Economic and Policy Research to the citation

GOULD - add Environmental Protection Institute to the citation

SEITZ-WALD - add Think Progress to the citation (propr to the URL).

Group 6 Annotated Bibliography

Fremstad, S. (2013, September 13). New Census Numbers Make it Official: 2000- 2010   Was a Lost Economic Decade. Retrieved March 25, 2018, from 2000-2010-was-lost-economic-decade.

Gould, E., & Wilson, V. (2017, September 15). Little to no gain in median annual   earnings in the 2000s, while significant wage gaps remain. Retrieved March         25, 2018, from earnings-in-the-2000s-while-significant-wage-gaps-remain/.

Jacobsen, L. A., & Mather, M. (2010). U.S. economic and social trends since 2000. Population Bulletin Vol. 65 (1).  Retrieved from


Jacobsen, L., & Mather, M. (2017). U.S. Economic and Social Trends since 2000. Population Reference Bureau 65(1). doi:10.18411/a-2017-023 

Rich, R. (2013, November 22). The Great Recession | Federal Reserve History. Retrieved from


Seitz-Wald, A. (2010, January 2). 2000s a 'lost decade' for U.S. economy, workers. Retrieved March 20, 2018, from

Shierholz, H., & Gould, E. (2011, September 14). A lost decade: Poverty and income trends continue to paint a bleak picture for working families. Retrieved from

Sum, A. (2011). Ringing out the lost economic decade of 2000-2010: Part two. Retrieved  from


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