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Overdosing: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases Paperback – 19 Dec 2008
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Absolutely useless as a reference
26 July 2010 - Published on Amazon.com
The product description states the book is designed for researchers and students, amongst other people. Unfortunately what they don't tell you in the description is that content is copied directly from wikipedia. (This is no secret once you get the book, they openly admit to it inside the book.) I bought this book to use it as a reference for a paper I am writing. As most students will know, no respectable university would consider wikipedia a reliable source, therefore any source that compiles its information from wikipedia is also not a reliable source. This book is completely useless to students. I would have had my paper rejected if I actually had of used this book as a reference. Luckily I noticed immediately that its main source is wikipedia, so the only damage this book has done is to my wallet.