We have listed a new source of
information Google Scholarly
Articles and Books as well as
Google Legal Opinions and
Journals. These are excellent
sources for those who are
interested in in-depth research.
We use Wikipedia and YouTube on
many of our pages. Some teachers
don't accept Wikipedia as and
informational source. They are a
starting point but not a
reliable primary source of
information. Use them to get an
understanding of the topic and
check the information they give
you. BY ALL MEANS DON'T COPY AND
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