APA (7th ed.) Citation

Tucker, T. T. (1784). Conciliatory hints, attempting, by a fair state of matters, to remove party-prejudices;-- : offering a few reflections on the various forms of government;-- pointing out the preference to be given to the true republican or democratic system;-- and proposing a convention by delegates, for the purpose of accommodating our constitution more perfectly to the principles of equal and permanent freedom: / By Philodemus. ; [One line of quotation]: Offering a few reflections on the various forms of government;-- pointing out the preference to be given to the true republican or democratic system;-- and proposing a convention by delegates, for the purpose of accommodating our constitution more perfectly to the principles of equal and permanent freedom. Printed for A. Timothy, no. 89, Broad-Street.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Tucker, Thomas Tudor. Conciliatory Hints, Attempting, by a Fair State of Matters, to Remove Party-prejudices;-- : Offering a Few Reflections on the Various Forms of Government;-- Pointing Out the Preference to Be Given to the True Republican or Democratic System;-- and Proposing a Convention by Delegates, for the Purpose of Accommodating Our Constitution More Perfectly to the Principles of Equal and Permanent Freedom: / By Philodemus. ; [One Line of Quotation]: Offering a Few Reflections on the Various Forms of Government;-- Pointing Out the Preference to Be Given to the True Republican or Democratic System;-- and Proposing a Convention by Delegates, for the Purpose of Accommodating Our Constitution More Perfectly to the Principles of Equal and Permanent Freedom. Charleston [S.C.]: Printed for A. Timothy, no. 89, Broad-Street, 1784.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Tucker, Thomas Tudor. Conciliatory Hints, Attempting, by a Fair State of Matters, to Remove Party-prejudices;-- : Offering a Few Reflections on the Various Forms of Government;-- Pointing Out the Preference to Be Given to the True Republican or Democratic System;-- and Proposing a Convention by Delegates, for the Purpose of Accommodating Our Constitution More Perfectly to the Principles of Equal and Permanent Freedom: / By Philodemus. ; [One Line of Quotation]: Offering a Few Reflections on the Various Forms of Government;-- Pointing Out the Preference to Be Given to the True Republican or Democratic System;-- and Proposing a Convention by Delegates, for the Purpose of Accommodating Our Constitution More Perfectly to the Principles of Equal and Permanent Freedom. Printed for A. Timothy, no. 89, Broad-Street, 1784.

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