Works Cited Guide
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Bennett, Albert. “Snake.” World Book. 2001 ed. Print.
“Child Labour.” Spartacus Educational. 16 Sept. 2004. Web.12
Clark, Kenneth. What is a Masterpiece? London: Thames P, 2001. Print.
Cohen, Gershon “The 'Solution' to Pollution Is Still 'Dilution.” Earth Island
Journal 10 Aug. 2003: 24-26. EBSCOhost. Web. 7 Nov. 2001.
“Fire Destroys Hospital Wing.” New York Times 1 Dec. 1988: A1. Print
Hallsall, Paul. Internet Modern History Sourcebook . 22 Sept. 2001. Fordham
University. Web. 4 Dec. 2001
Jones, Henry, et. al. Drug Abuse. New York: Harper and Row, 1994. Print.
“Murder Capital: A Mayor’s Call for Help.” Newsweek 1 Nov. 1993: 28. Print.
O’Toole, John. “The Trouble with Advertising.” Clashing Views Controversial
Issues in Buisness Ethics and Society. Ed. Lisa Newton and Maureen
Ford. Danbury, CT: Dushkin P, 1996. 56-66. Print.
Pasquier, Roger F., "Owl." Encyclopedia Americana Online. Grolier, Inc., 2001. Web.
28 Jan. 2002
Perry, Joseph. “It Only Takes One Cigarette.” Health Quarterly Sept
1990: 3-11. Print.
Smith, Alan G., Elaine P. Sturm and Megan Cart. Life in the Jungle. New York:
Harper P, 1989. Print.
Smith, Edward. “The Trouble with School.” Democrat & Chronicle [Rochester,
NY] 15 June 1990: B15. Print.
Smith, Elision J., ed. Women in Politics. New York: Putnam, 1996.
Smith, Susan. “Edgar Allan Poe.” Poem Finder. Lit Finder. 2001. Web.
4 Dec 2001
Wilson, Susan, et. al., eds. Libraries Today. New York: Random House, 1995. Print.