APA (7th ed.) Citation

Making of the Modern World. (1833). Manifesto of the productive classes of Great Britain and Ireland, to the governments and people of the continents of Europe, and of North and South America. Printed for the United Trades' Association for Employing the Unemployed and Educating the Children of the Working Classes, Through the Medium of Equitable Labour Exchange, by B.D. Cousins.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Making of the Modern World. Manifesto of the Productive Classes of Great Britain and Ireland, to the Governments and People of the Continents of Europe, and of North and South America. [England]: Printed for the United Trades' Association for Employing the Unemployed and Educating the Children of the Working Classes, Through the Medium of Equitable Labour Exchange, by B.D. Cousins, 1833.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Making of the Modern World. Manifesto of the Productive Classes of Great Britain and Ireland, to the Governments and People of the Continents of Europe, and of North and South America. Printed for the United Trades' Association for Employing the Unemployed and Educating the Children of the Working Classes, Through the Medium of Equitable Labour Exchange, by B.D. Cousins, 1833.


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