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Need to impose a continuity of theme between the four power administration articles. For example, some describe the administrations history, others not.
None of the articles appear to describe subordinate organizations or relationships with commercial producers of power."Johnfravolda ("talk) 22:25, 23 January 2009 (UTC)
- It's nice to see a contributor with an interest in improving these articles. I caution you, however, to focus on quality and "verifiability of content in each individual article rather than "continuity of theme" across the articles about PMAs. Wikipedia articles should be based on the information obtained from sources (primarily independent reliable sources), and the amount and subject matter of the information published on the four different PMAs is likely to differ. Even more important, their stories (i.e., their histories and activities) are very different, and the articles should reflect those individual stories, rather than imposing arbitrary uniformity that may not be consistent with reality.
- Do add to these PMA articles. I expect that you can find content in books, newspaper articles, federal government websites, and other sources. Be sure to cite your sources. --"Orlady ("talk) 00:38, 24 January 2009 (UTC)