MLA style includes the journal issue number only if each issue of the journal is paginated individually.
Kralj, Mary M. "Getting Out of the Box." Consulting Psychology
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Brown, Erella. "The Lake of Seduction: Silence, Hysteria, and the Space of
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Holton, Woody. "The Ohio Indians and the Coming of the American
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Sennett, Richard, and Jonathan Cobb. The Hidden Injuries of Class.
New York: Vintage Books, 1972. Print.
Schwartz, David, Steve Ryan, and Fred Wostbrock. The Encyclopedia
of TV Game Shows. New York: Facts on File, 1995. Print.
Norman, Richard. The Moral Philosophers. New York: Oxford UP,
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Cassel, Jeris, and BethAnn Zambella. "Without a Net: Supporting
Ourselves in a Tremulous Atmosphere." LOEX of the West:
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Ed. Thomas W. Leonhardt. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1996.
Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site. National Park
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