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Ok, let's say you quote Coulter as her comments were reported on Media Matters . . . Would that look like:
Coulter, Ann, "Coulter labeled Dems who question qualifications of Condoleezza Rice and Clarence Thomas as 'racist'". Ed. Marcia Kuntz. Media Matters for America. November 18, 2004. Assessed April 21, 2005. <http://mediamatters.org/items/200411180009>
Or would you omit the "Coulter, Ann" and list it as "Kuntz, Marcia Ed." ?
You know, i've kind of fudged bibliographies in the past and nobody has noticed, but this is going into the library, so I want to get it right.