I am writing an opinion piece on a definite article. Should I cite that article whenever I write about the author's ideas in my opinion paper?

I couldn't find any helpful resources when I googled this query.

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    I'm not too familiar with opinion papers, but the natural way to go seems to be the following: find 3 or 4 other opinion papers in the venue you intend to submit to, and see how they did it. – lighthouse keeper Sep 25 '16 at 7:48
  • Could you state the field of your paper? – Ébe Isaac Sep 26 '16 at 7:28

I agree with the comment saying that you should see other opinion papers in the same venue. I personally think you should - it seems logical. If someone wants to read the original paper, they need some way to be able to know where to find it.

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