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How do I ensure that figures appear in the section they're associated with?

I'm using the thebibliography environment, in a paper that has three floating figures. Now, for some odd reason, LaTeX is throwing two of those figures after the References, and one before, which seems to make no logical or typographical sense. It looks absolutely terrible. Why does it do this and how can I stop it?

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Issue a \clearpage command before the bibliography.

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You could use \FloatBarrier before the bibliography (from the placeins package).

You will find several questions and answers on this site relating to float placement and the reasons for their placement.

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