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How do I cite the declaration of independence in MLA format

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citation declaration of independence
Submitted: 9 years ago.
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Expert:  JC Dill replied 9 years ago.

According to: Citing Government Documents - MLA
which references:


According to the

MLA Handbook for Writiers of Research Papers,

6th edition.
New York: Modern Language Association of America, 2003.

Revised December, 2004

"Do not underline or use quotation marks for the titles of laws, acts, or documents such as the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, or U. S. Code. Do not include these documents in the works-cited list; a parenthetical reference is all that is needed (206)."