APA Citation

Owen, R. (1841). Lectures on the rational system of society: Derived solely from nature and experience, as propounded by Robert Owen, versus socialism, derived from misrepresentation, as explained by the Lord Bishop of Exeter and others, and versus the present system of society, derived from the inexperienced and crude notions of our ancestors, as it now exists in all the opposing, artificial, and most injurious divisions in all civilized nations, but more especially in the British Empire and in the United States of North America. London: Home Colonization Society.

Chicago Style Citation

Owen, Robert. Lectures On the Rational System of Society: Derived Solely From Nature and Experience, As Propounded By Robert Owen, Versus Socialism, Derived From Misrepresentation, As Explained By the Lord Bishop of Exeter and Others, and Versus the Present System of Society, Derived From the Inexperienced and Crude Notions of Our Ancestors, As It Now Exists in All the Opposing, Artificial, and Most Injurious Divisions in All Civilized Nations, but More Especially in the British Empire and in the United States of North America. London: Home Colonization Society, 1841.

MLA Citation

Owen, Robert. Lectures On the Rational System of Society: Derived Solely From Nature and Experience, As Propounded By Robert Owen, Versus Socialism, Derived From Misrepresentation, As Explained By the Lord Bishop of Exeter and Others, and Versus the Present System of Society, Derived From the Inexperienced and Crude Notions of Our Ancestors, As It Now Exists in All the Opposing, Artificial, and Most Injurious Divisions in All Civilized Nations, but More Especially in the British Empire and in the United States of North America. London: Home Colonization Society, 1841.

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