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From comments on the Wikipedia entry for the Beatles. Last fall, Wikipedia conducted a community-wide poll to settle the below dispute, which began in 2004. Users voted for lowercase “the.”

I was under the impression that within a sentence, the “the” in front of a group name does not need to be capitalized. You wouldn’t write, “I really like The Beatles.”

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