APA (7th ed.) Citation

Hamilton, J., & Owen, R. (1825). Owenism rendered consistant with our civil and religious institutions, or, A mode of forming societies for mutual benefit in rational and practical principles, without the assistance of the rich ... addressed to the working classes. s.n.].

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Hamilton, James, and Robert Owen. Owenism Rendered Consistant with Our Civil and Religious Institutions, or, A Mode of Forming Societies for Mutual Benefit in Rational and Practical Principles, Without the Assistance of the Rich ... Addressed to the Working Classes. [England: s.n.], 1825.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Hamilton, James, and Robert Owen. Owenism Rendered Consistant with Our Civil and Religious Institutions, or, A Mode of Forming Societies for Mutual Benefit in Rational and Practical Principles, Without the Assistance of the Rich ... Addressed to the Working Classes. s.n.], 1825.


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