I just needed to say it again.
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2 thoughts on “Endnotes? No!”
amen and amen. i hate turning to the back of a page time and again to read the citation.
in fact, if i remember correctly, al franken wrote a chapter/article entitled, ‘how to lie with endnotes.’ it’s harder to cheat with footnotes.
So far no one in our field(s) has felt differently. But see the ongoing debate at the original post.