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    For my History degree, the referencing guidelines state that I should reference the place of publication. Right, okay - fair enough.

    But what is the point in this? Is the publisher not far more useful to someone hoping to find this book that I published? I'm not asking because I don't want to abide by the guidelines or anything, I just find the idea of referencing where a text was originally published completely useless.


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