"Contrast the condition into which all these friendly
Indians are suddenly plunged now
, with their condition only two years
previous: martial law now
in force on all their reservations; themselves in danger of starvation, and
constantly exposed to the influence of emissaries from their friends and
relations, urging them to join in fighting this treacherous government that
had kept faith
with nobody--neither with friend nor with foe" (Jackson 178).
Example One: Writer B has borrowed with slight variations an uncited phrase
from his/her source. As it's written, the passage would not constitute a paraphrase
(even if Writer B had acknowledged his/her source) because it contains
keywords from the original source that do not appear in quotation marks.