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MLA In-text Citation Exercise:
Each of the following sentences makes at least one error in MLA citation format or usage. Correct those
errors by making all necessary corrections. Correct all the errors in each example.
1. A major reason families succeeded in the 1950s was that, "federal assistance programs
were much more generous and widespread than they are today." (Coontz, p. 6).
2. According to Stephanie Coontz: in the 1950s "federal assistance programs were much
more generous and widespread than they are today" (Coontz, 6).
3. The generosity and availability of federal aid programs that made families seem so
successful and reliable in the 1950s. (Setting the Record Straight)
4. Even politically conservative scholars admit that we "should not hide from students that
Colombus and other European explorers were often brutal" (Cheney, 267.)
5. Lynne Cheney is forced to admit that students should learn that even European explorers
were "often brutal (Cheney 267)."
6. Lynne Cheney concedes that students must be told the errors of our European past (P.
267).

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