APA 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". London: J. Watson.

Chicago Style 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 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.


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