• anonymous
When you read an article, why should you analyze the source of the information?Select one of the options below as your answer: A. to make sure that you can cite it correctly, if needed B. to make sure that it does not contradict something else in the article C. to make sure that it is from a reputable, reliable place
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  • anonymous
C. You want to make sure the information you are reading is from a source that you can trust. If the article is about state laws, and the source is the writer's father-in-law, who has read a few books on the subject, you should probably be wary of the information. But, if that same article lists a prosecuting attorney as the source, you will probably feel confident that what you are reading is fact.

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