Corn Laws Cartoons

Lords, Peasants and the Poor Law - 1845

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Punch's Monument to Peel's Repeal of the Corn Laws in 1846

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Disraeli Fails to Alleviate Farmers' Burdens

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Disraeli's Bitter Attacks on Sir Robert Peel

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Disraeli's Motion for the Relief of Agricultural Distress

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Disraeli Stands for Protectionism

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Disraeli is Pressed for a Declaration of Policy

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The Protectionist Grievance

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Revival of the Anti-Corn-Law League

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Disraeli's Empty Promises to Agriculture

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Cobden Forces Disraeli to Adopt Free Trade

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Conservatives Abandon Agricultural Interests

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Disraeli Begins His attacks on Peel

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The Hungry Forties - The Poor Law

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Conservative Leadership Renounces Protectionism

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Disraeli is Mindful of Agricultural Interests

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Disraeli 'The Political Chameleon' Moves Towards Free-Trade

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The Benefits of Free Trade Versus Protectionism

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Disraeli's Actions After Repeal of the Corn Laws

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Disraeli Attempts to Compensate Agricultural Interests

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'Papa Cobden Taking Master Robert [Peel] A Free Trade Walk'

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Disraeli 'The Political Topsy' of the Conservative Party

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Free Trade Triumphs Over the Conservative Party

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