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→‎What counts as a reliable source: Since the talk page discussion is clearly against "mainstream", I replace it with this interim text. That is not a final version, but that seems to be a step forward
* University-level textbooks
* Books published by respected publishing houses
* Journals, magazines and newspapers that have a broad circulation and demonstrated a reputation for reliability and trustworthiness.<ref>"broad circulation" means being generally of national or international distribution.</ref>
* Magazines
* Journals
* Mainstream newspapers
 
Editors may also use electronic media, subject to the same criteria. See details in ''[[Wikipedia:Identifying reliable sources]] and [[Wikipedia:Search engine test]]''.