From The Corn Laws To Free Trade
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📒From The Corn Laws To Free Trade ✍ Cheryl Schonhardt-Bailey
✏From the Corn Laws to Free Trade Book Summary : The overlapping and interacting forces that caused a Conservative government to repeal the protectionist Corn Laws against its own political principles and economic interests: extensive qualitative and quantitative analysis. The repeal of Britain's Corn Laws in 1846--one of the most important economic policy decisions of the nineteenth century--has long intrigued and puzzled political scientists, historians, and economists. Why would a Conservative prime minister act against his own party's interests? The Conservatives entered government in 1841 with a strong commitment to protecting agriculture; five years later, the Conservative Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel presided over repeal of the protectionist Corn Laws, violating party principles and undercutting the economic interests of the land-owning aristocracy. Only a third of Conservative members of Parliament supported the repeal legislation and within a month of repeal, Peel's government fell. The Conservatives remained out of power for decades. In this definitive book, Cheryl Schonhardt-Bailey examines the interacting forces that brought about the abrupt beginning of Britain's free-trade empire.Using a wide variety of methodological tools to measure both qualitative and quantitative data (including computer-assisted content analysis of thousands of pages of parliamentary debates), Schonhardt-Bailey concludes that economic interests provided the momentum behind repeal, a momentum that overshadowed almost all else. Indeed, as part of a broader momentum of democratic reform, these same interests, left unsatisfied, may easily have snowballed into revolution--as Sir Robert Peel and others feared. But interests alone did not explain why reform rather than revolution emerged in mid-nineteenth century Britain. In order to resolve more fully the long-standing puzzle of repeal, Schonhardt-Bailey traces the overlapping and intertwined forces of interest, ideas, and institutions.
📒Free Trade ✍ Cheryl Schonhardt-Bailey
✏Free trade Book Summary : Despite the renewed interest in the repeal of the Corn Laws (1846), the original source material surrounding the repeal legislation has remained difficult to find for researchers, especially those outside Britain. This volume offers easy access to key Parliamentary documents, pamphlets, and speeches of the Anti-Corn Law League and a number of contemporary documents on the anticipated effects of repeal by Torrens, McCulloch, Porter, Pennington, and others.
📒The Corn Laws Whig Free Trade I ✍ Alon Kadish
✏The Corn Laws Whig free trade I Book Summary :
✏The Corn Laws Whig free trade II Free trade and Irish nationalism I Book Summary :
📒Free Land And Free Trade ✍ Samuel Sullivan Cox
✏Free Land and Free Trade Book Summary :
📒The Corn Laws Free Trade And Religion ✍ Alon Kadish
✏The Corn Laws Free trade and religion Book Summary :
📒The Rise Of Free Trade ✍ Cheryl Schonhardt-Bailey
✏The Rise of Free Trade Book Summary : Why was Britain the first country to opt for unilateral free trade 150 years ago? On 16 May 1846, the House of Commons voted to abolish tariff protection for agriculture - the famous 'repeal of the Corn Laws'. Britain then adhered to her free trade policy despite both her relative economic decline and the protectionist policies of her leading trade rivals, the USA and Germany.This four volume set examines and explains the contentious issues surrounding the policy shift to free trade and the subsequent persistence of that policy. This set provides a comprehensive collection of articles including previously unpublished material on nineteenth century British trade policy and a new and comprehensive introduction by the editor putting the material into context.
✏Observations on the Question of the Corn Laws and Free Trade Book Summary :
✏Author : Wyatt, i (Economist)
✏Release Date : 1826
✏ISBN : BL:A0024325497
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French
✏Observations on the question of the Corn Laws and Free Trade Shewing the disadvantages of the present system particularly to the landed interest to which is added a short account of Mr Jacob s report on foreign corn and agriculture Book Summary :
📒Free Trade And Liberal England 1846 1946 ✍ Anthony Howe
✏Free Trade and Liberal England 1846 1946 Book Summary : Following the repeal of the Corn Laws in 1846, free trade become one of the most distinctive defining features of the British state and of British economic, social and political life. Howe examines British traders' tenacious loyalty to this policy.