Go to Index
Subscribe to The Chicago Manual of Style Online
Sign up for free trial
Q. How do you cite a speech that is out of copyright?
A. Cite it as you would any other speech. (Copyright information is not normally included in citations.) You can find examples of citations of speeches at CMOS 14.217 and 14.267.
Join us at Shop Talk—where CMOS editors post their writing tips, editing ideas, interviews, and behind-the-scenes looks at the Manual.
Curated from thousands of Q&A entries, this book features some of the most popular rulings and recovers old favorites long buried in the archives.