Catalog Record: Report to the county of Lanark, of a plan for relieving public distress and removing discontent, by giving permanent, productive employment to the poor & working classes, under arrangements which will essentially improve their character, and ameliorate their condition; diminish the expenses of production and consumption, and create markets co-extensive with production | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Report to the county of Lanark, of a plan for relieving public distress and removing discontent, by giving permanent, productive employment to the poor & working classes, under arrangements which will essentially improve their character, and ameliorate their condition; diminish the expenses of production and consumption, and create markets co-extensive with production / by Robert Owen.

Main Author: Owen, Robert, 1771-1858.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Published with the author's permission, by the Committee appointed at a public meeting held in the Equitable Labour Exchange, Gray's Inn Road ; 1832.
Subjects: New Lanark Establishment.
Poor > Great Britain.
Socialism > Great Britain.
Physical Description: 75 p. ; 22 cm.
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