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Do I seriously need to quote the source with quotation marks? Can I just say "The source states that a codified constitution will set clear limits on the power of the executive"

instead of writing The source states that a codified consitution will limit government power, this is seen "
clear limits on the power of the executive"
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Do I seriously need to quote the source with quotation marks? Can I just say "The source states that a codified constitution will set clear limits on the power of the executive"

instead of writing The source states that a codified consitution will limit government power, this is seen "
clear limits on the power of the executive"
When you quote anything always put in quotation marks, even if you state where it's from (like you have in your question). I even have to do it at uni, even if I have clearly stated that it was Kymlicka or Rawls who said it.
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