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English 102: Ethics, Social Justice, and Warfare: Home


This guide is designed to help you find books and articles that you can use for when researching topics for your annotated bibliographies. There's also information on citing the sources that you find, and avoiding plagiarism.

Some texts you may be using:

The Atlanta Exposition Address
Booker T. Washington, Chapter 14 of Up From Slavery
The Lost Boys of Sudan; The Long, Long, Long Road to Fargo
Ilya Kaminsky reads "We Lived Happily During the War"

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