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Does the declaration of independence go in quotes?

Does the declaration of independence go in quotes?

In general, do not italicize or enclose in quotation marks the title of laws, acts, and similar documents in either the text or the list of works cited (Declaration of Independence, Constitution of the United States, Taft-Hartley Act). Such titles are usually abbreviated, and the works are cited by sections.

How do you quote the Constitution in MLA?

You need only provide either the article number or the amendment number as appropriate. The complementary parenthetical citation is written as (US Const. amend. XII, sec.

How do you footnote the Constitution?

List the footnote as the abbreviated form of the Constitution (U.S. Const.), whether it is an amendment or an article and the section and clause numbers. For example: [Amendment] U.S. Const. amend.

How do you reference a act schedule?

schedule/schedules – sch/schs When citing part of an Act in a footnote, insert a comma after the year, and a space but no full stop, between the abbreviation and the initial number, letter or opening bracket. For example: Consumer Protection Act 1987, s 2.

How do I reference a section of Act Oscola?

Cite an Act by its short title and year in roman, using capitals for the major words, and without a comma before the year: eg Shipping and Trading Interests (Protection) Act 1995. The relevant abbreviations for individual sections of legislation are: Part/Parts =pt/pts.