Primary and Secondary Sources

A. True
B. False

A. Primary
B. Secondary

A. A newspaper article reporting reactions to the president's State of the Union address.
B. A webpage that lists the dates of all of Senator McCain's public speaking appearances for 2009.
C. The transcript of a speech given by Hillary Clinton during her presidential campaign.
D. An article describing results of a study of of the effects of rhetorical style on audiences.

A. A magazine article with interviews of anti-logging activists describing their wildlife observations.
B. Statistics that describe the percentage of forest logging in a given area.
C. Data describing population numbers of the spotted owl.
D. A page on the Forest Service's website which maps land-ownership in a given area.

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