APA (7th ed.) Citation

Owen, R. (1839). An outline of the rational system of society, founded on demonstrable facts, developing the first principles of the science of human nature: Being the only effectual remedy for the evils experienced by the population of the world, the gradual adoption of which would tranquilize the present agitated state of society, and relieve it from moral and physical evil by removing the causes which produce them. A. Heywood.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Owen, Robert. An Outline of the Rational System of Society, Founded on Demonstrable Facts, Developing the First Principles of the Science of Human Nature: Being the Only Effectual Remedy for the Evils Experienced by the Population of the World, the Gradual Adoption of Which Would Tranquilize the Present Agitated State of Society, and Relieve It from Moral and Physical Evil by Removing the Causes Which Produce Them. Manchester: A. Heywood, 1839.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Owen, Robert. An Outline of the Rational System of Society, Founded on Demonstrable Facts, Developing the First Principles of the Science of Human Nature: Being the Only Effectual Remedy for the Evils Experienced by the Population of the World, the Gradual Adoption of Which Would Tranquilize the Present Agitated State of Society, and Relieve It from Moral and Physical Evil by Removing the Causes Which Produce Them. A. Heywood, 1839.


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