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HOW TO CITE "SPARTA RECONSIDERED" AS A SOURCE

In order to cite "Sparta Reconsidered" as a source for a school essay or project, please consult the writing style manual specified by your school (APA, MLA, etc.) regarding citation of Internet sources. For MLA, the proper citation format would be something like this:

    Schrader, Helena P.  "Government: Sparta's Constitution was Revolutionary."  Sparta Reconsidered.  July 19, 2010. [from "Last updated" on the left bottom of the article] Accessed 24 May 2012 [date you accessed the article] <http://elysiumgates.com/~helena/>.

For more information, see "How do I document sources from the Web in my works-cited list?" on the official MLA website.

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