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For this assignment, you should produce an MLA-style bibliography of works consulted, without being driven by the format. You may cut, paste, and reformat citations located on actual sources without using a citation generator like NoodleTools. If you prefer NoodleTools for consistency, that's fine. See more helpful tips, resources and guidelines below.

Various citations (to be reformatted)

Edwards, Chris. "A Nation Wholly Free: The Elimination Of The National Debt In The Age Of Jackson." The Cato Journal 2 (2015): 434. Academic OneFile. Web. 9 Nov. 2016. (MLA 7 style, needs first line left justified, subsequent lines tabbed)

Perkins, Edwin J. “Lost Opportunities for Compromise in the Bank War: A Reassessment of Jackson's Veto Message (Abstract).” Business and Economic History, vol. 14, 1985, pp. 53–56. www.jstor.org/stable/23702650. (MLA 8 style, needs first line left justified, subsequent lines tabbed)

Jackson, Andrew. "Andrew Jackson: Veto Message regarding the Bank of the United States 1832." Sources, edited by David J. Voelker. HistoryTools.org,
     historytools.davidjvoelker.com/sources/jackson-bank-veto.pdf. Accessed 8
     Dec. 2016. Excerpt originally published as "Veto Message" in A Complilation
     of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, edited by James D.
     Richardson, Bureau of National Literature, 1897, pp. 1139-54.

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