APA Citation

Common sense. (1836). Common sense to the working classes: On the causes of their existing slavery, and the means of redeeming themselves. London: Printed and published by G. Morgan.

Chicago Style Citation

Common sense. Common Sense to the Working Classes: On the Causes of Their Existing Slavery, and the Means of Redeeming Themselves. London: Printed and published by G. Morgan, 1836.

MLA Citation

Common sense. Common Sense to the Working Classes: On the Causes of Their Existing Slavery, and the Means of Redeeming Themselves. London: Printed and published by G. Morgan, 1836.

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