APA (7th ed.) Citation

King, W. (1832). The circulating medium and the present mode of exchange the cause of increasing distress amongst the productive classes: And an effectual measure for their immediate and permanent relief pointed out in the universal establishment of labour banks, in which all the business of life may be transacted without money. Strange.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

King, William. The Circulating Medium and the Present Mode of Exchange the Cause of Increasing Distress Amongst the Productive Classes: And an Effectual Measure for Their Immediate and Permanent Relief Pointed Out in the Universal Establishment of Labour Banks, in Which All the Business of Life May Be Transacted Without Money. [London]: Strange, 1832.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

King, William. The Circulating Medium and the Present Mode of Exchange the Cause of Increasing Distress Amongst the Productive Classes: And an Effectual Measure for Their Immediate and Permanent Relief Pointed Out in the Universal Establishment of Labour Banks, in Which All the Business of Life May Be Transacted Without Money. Strange, 1832.


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