Wiring Outlets Controlled by a Switch

Mark, from Leawood, Kansas asks:
I want to wire a switch to control two outlets. Can you explain the process for me?
Electrical outlets require a circuit consisting of a power feed, neutral, and a ground, which is typically accomplished by installing a cable with wires that are black, white and bare copper respectively.
For this application, the power source would enter at the switch location which would be wired to control only the power feed or black wire of the incoming power source, and the black wire of the outgoing cable leading to the outlets. The white neutral wires and the ground wires are spliced through at the switch location and the outlets are wired parallel from the first to the second.
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