APA (7th ed.) Citation

Lovett, W., & Collins, J. (1840). Chartism: A new organization of the people, embracing a plan for the education and improvement of the people, politically and socially : addressed to the working-classes of the United Kingdom, and more especially to the advocates of the rights and liberties of the whole people as set forth in the "People's charter". J. Watson.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Lovett, William, and John Collins. Chartism: A New Organization of the People, Embracing a Plan for the Education and Improvement of the People, Politically and Socially : Addressed to the Working-classes of the United Kingdom, and More Especially to the Advocates of the Rights and Liberties of the Whole People as Set Forth in the "People's Charter". London: J. Watson, 1840.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Lovett, William, and John Collins. Chartism: A New Organization of the People, Embracing a Plan for the Education and Improvement of the People, Politically and Socially : Addressed to the Working-classes of the United Kingdom, and More Especially to the Advocates of the Rights and Liberties of the Whole People as Set Forth in the "People's Charter". J. Watson, 1840.


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