APA (7th ed.) Citation

Owen, R. (1840). Manifesto of Robert Owen: The discoverer, founder, and promulgator, of the rational system pf society, and of the rational religion : to which is added, a preface and an appendix, containing Mr. Owen's petitions to Parliament, his memorials to the governments of Europe and America, and to the Congress of Allied Powers assembled at Aix-la-Chapelle in 1818, and quotations from his other writings, on religion, responsibility, competition, and marriage (5th ed.). Johnston's Steam Press.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Owen, Robert. Manifesto of Robert Owen: The Discoverer, Founder, and Promulgator, of the Rational System Pf Society, and of the Rational Religion : To Which Is Added, a Preface and an Appendix, Containing Mr. Owen's Petitions to Parliament, His Memorials to the Governments of Europe and America, and to the Congress of Allied Powers Assembled at Aix-la-Chapelle in 1818, and Quotations from His Other Writings, on Religion, Responsibility, Competition, and Marriage. 5th ed. London: Johnston's Steam Press, 1840.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Owen, Robert. Manifesto of Robert Owen: The Discoverer, Founder, and Promulgator, of the Rational System Pf Society, and of the Rational Religion : To Which Is Added, a Preface and an Appendix, Containing Mr. Owen's Petitions to Parliament, His Memorials to the Governments of Europe and America, and to the Congress of Allied Powers Assembled at Aix-la-Chapelle in 1818, and Quotations from His Other Writings, on Religion, Responsibility, Competition, and Marriage. 5th ed. Johnston's Steam Press, 1840.


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