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Subject:Style Manuals From:James L Secor <profsecor -at- JUNO -dot- COM> Date:Sun, 10 Aug 1997 11:36:42 EDT
Mike Little asked about style manuals. Sorry I'm so late getting back to
him, I've not been in front of a computer screen for 3-4 days. However,
try the MLA Stylesheet. It's the standard for writing, at least
scholarly/academic. It says one space. Two spaces just doesn't look
write, you know?