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RationalWiki:Ebook citations

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When making citations, it's always good to include primary sources. That's why we have various forms of bibliographic citations. But there are times we can go one better -- many older books are widely available on the Web, free for download, and it would be remiss of us to cite a title when we can link to the actual text. Here, then, is a list of places where we can find such primary sources and other reference material: