The devil is in the basic research
Inquirer (Ambeth R. Ocampo)
Turabian is a name etched in the memory of anyone who has endured composing a college term paper for the first time. For dinosaurs like me, the college term paper was manually typewritten, on a clean sheet of bond paper, with a margin guide traced out with thick pentel pen on another sheet of bond paper placed underneath. The challenge was not so much keeping the text within the margins, but getting the right spacing and indentations for the footnotes, which are so easy to insert these days on a computer.