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Introduction to Journalism & Nonfiction
CQ Researcher, News and Popular Media, General Reference Resources, Books
2. Research Supporting Your "Angle" on the Story
University Studies and Government Information: Statistics, Legislation, Demographics
3. Possible Interview Sources
Names, Titles, Phone Numbers, Office Addresses, Mailing Addresses and/or E-mail
Why is this person someone you will interview?
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Diana Hacker's Pocket Manual of Style and other style guides...
"Ye Olde" PittCat!