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According to the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, you do not need to include complete citations in your works cited for references to the United States Constitution or the United States Code: "No entry in the works-cited list is needed for familiar historical documents and the United States Code (USC), since the references to them can be documented with brief parenthetical citations in the text" (Gibaldi 206).