Defending the Judeo-Christian Ethic, Limited Government, & the American Constitution
Sunday November 23rd 2014

Self-Educated Man

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S.E.M., Vol. 1, No. 6


The President's Duty to Faithfully Execute the Law. According to Art. II, Sect. 3 of the Constitution, what is the President's duty? According to Lincoln, what does a man trample on, when he tramples on the law? According to Rep. Goodlatte, what is the value of strictly observing even bad laws until they are repealed? In a republic, why else, in your opinion, is obedience to laws put in place according to the process outlined in the Constitution, regardless of our personal opinions, important, if not vital?

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Citing Articles

As far as we know, no one has yet developed a uniform system for citing references on and from the Internet. We suggest, therefore, using the following as a guide to citing references from the Internet in term papers, theses, and on websites. It is a modification of existing standard guidelines for printed material.

If one of these does not fit your specific situation, then use your common sense. But, always give the TITLE of the website and the URL (www.+++) when citing other material.

If you are citing rather long passages, you may have to obtain permission from the copyright owner. Most copyright owners are quite generous in granting permission, provided proper citation is made. For permission to reprint material from The Radical Academy, contact [email protected].

 


FOOTNOTES:

With an author:

First name, Last name, “Title,” Source, Date (if possible) or n.d., URL (web address)

Example:

Mortimer J. Adler, “Some Rules for Good Conversation,” Center for Applied Philosophy: The Radical Academy, n.d., www.radicalacademy.com/adlerconversation.htm

Without an author:

“Title,” Source, Date (if possible) or n.d., URL (web address)

Example:

“The Origin of Ideas: A Critique of Some Philosophical Positions,” Center for Applied Philosophy: The Radical Academy, n.d., www.radicalacademy.com/adiphilcritideas.htm

 


BIBLIOGRAPHY:

With an author:

Last name, First name. “Title,” Source, Date (if possible) or n.d., URL (web address)

Example:

Adler, Mortimer J. “Some Rules for Good Conversation,” Center for Applied Philosophy: The Radical Academy, n.d., www.radicalacademy.com/adlerconversation.htm

Without an author:

“Title,” Source, Date (if possible) or n.d., URL (web address)

Example:

“The Origin of Ideas: A Critique of Some Philosophical Positions,” Center for Applied Philosophy: The Radical Academy, n.d., www.radicalacademy.com/adiphilcritideas.htm