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In-text: (Butterfield, 1965)
Your Bibliography: Butterfield, H., 1965. The Whig interpretation of history. New York: Norton.
In-text: (Freeman, Chick and Kayatekin, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Freeman, A., Chick, V. and Kayatekin, S., 2014. Samuelson's ghosts: Whig history and the reinterpretation of economic theory. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 38(3), pp.519-529.
In-text: (Hume, 1983)
Your Bibliography: Hume, D., 1983. The history of England. Indianapolis, Ind.: Liberty Classics.
In-text: (Macaulay and Burrow, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Macaulay, T. and Burrow, J., 2009. History of England. London: Continuum.
In-text: (Thompson, 1964)
Your Bibliography: Thompson, E., 1964. The making of the English working class. New York: Pantheon Books.
In-text: (Tylor, 1958)
Your Bibliography: Tylor, E., 1958. Primitive culture. [New York]: [Harper].
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