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Anderson, John M. 1968. Ergative and nominative in English. Journal of Linguistics 4(1), 1-32.
Anderson, John M. 1968. On the status of 'lexical formatives'. Foundations of Language 4, 308-318.
Anderson, John M. 1969. Adjectives, datives and ergativisation. Foundations of Language 5, 301-322.
Anderson, John M. 1969. A note on 'rank' and 'delicacy'. Journal of Linguistics 5, 129-135.
Anderson, John M. 1970. The case for cause: a preliminary enquiry. Journal of Linguistics 6, 99-104.
Anderson, John M. 1970. Just for the record. General Linguistics 10, 12-17.
Anderson, John M. 1971. Dependency and grammatical functions. Foundations of Language 7, 30-37.
Anderson, John M. 1971. The grammar of case: towards a localistic theory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Anderson, John M. 1971. A proposal concerning the lexicalisation of complex structures. Studia Linguistica 25, 1-8.
Anderson, John M. 1971. Some proposals concerning the modal verb in English. In: Aitken, A.J. , A. McIntosh, & H. Palsson. Edinburgh studies in English and Scots. 69-120. London: Longman.
Anderson, John M. 1972. Remarks on the hierarchy of quasi-predications. Revue Roumaine de Linguistique 17, 23-44; 121-140; 193-202; 319-335.
Anderson, John M. 1973. A dialect argument for ∀x ⇐ ~∃x(~. Edinburgh Working Papers in Linguistics 3, 1-9.
Anderson, John M. 1973. An essay concerning aspect. The Hague: Mouton.
Anderson, John M. 1973. On existence and the perfect. Foundations of Language 10, 333-337.
Anderson, John M. 1973. The ghost of time past. Foundations of Language 9, 481-491.
Anderson, John M. 1973. Maximi Planudes in memoriam. In: Kiefer, F. & N. Ruwet. Generative grammar in Europe. 20-47. Dordrecht: Reidel.
Anderson, John M. 1973. No reason not to not derive 'no' from 'all not'. Edinburgh Working Papers in Linguistics 3, 85-88.
Anderson, John M. 1973. Nuns and rapists. Edinburgh Working Papers in Linguistics 3, 89-92.
Anderson, John M. 1973. Some speculations concerning meetings, matrimony, family resemblances and related matters. York Papers in Linguistics 3, 7-29.