APA (7th ed.) Citation

Giles, J. E. (1839). Socialism, as a religious theory, irrational and absurd: The first of three lectures on socialism (as propounded by Robert Owen and others), delivered in the Baptist Chapel, South-Parade, Leeds, September 23, 1838 (Third thousand, rev. and corr.). Simpkin, Marshall, & Co..

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Giles, John Eustace. Socialism, as a Religious Theory, Irrational and Absurd: The First of Three Lectures on Socialism (as Propounded by Robert Owen and Others), Delivered in the Baptist Chapel, South-Parade, Leeds, September 23, 1838. Third thousand, rev. and corr. London: Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., 1839.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Giles, John Eustace. Socialism, as a Religious Theory, Irrational and Absurd: The First of Three Lectures on Socialism (as Propounded by Robert Owen and Others), Delivered in the Baptist Chapel, South-Parade, Leeds, September 23, 1838. Third thousand, rev. and corr. Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., 1839.


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