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With Chicago Style, like with MLA or APA, citing from a secondary source is discouraged. Though if you have to cite from a secondary source, you can find an example below.


1. Louis Simons, “Sincerity,” Politics 27 (February 1968): 30, quoted in Bonnie Coston, What We Judge (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1979), 5.


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