APA Citation

Thompson, T. P. 1., & Mill, J. S. (1829). The "greatest happiness" principle in morals and government: Explained and defined, in answer to the Edinburgh Review (6th ed.). London: Sold by R. Heward.

Chicago Style Citation

Thompson, T. Perronet 1783-1869., and John Stuart Mill. The "greatest Happiness" Principle in Morals and Government: Explained and Defined, in Answer to the Edinburgh Review. 6th ed. London: Sold by R. Heward, 1829.

MLA Citation

Thompson, T. Perronet 1783-1869., and John Stuart Mill. The "greatest Happiness" Principle in Morals and Government: Explained and Defined, in Answer to the Edinburgh Review. 6th ed. London: Sold by R. Heward, 1829.


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