APA 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.). London: Johnston's Steam Press.

Chicago Style 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 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.

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