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Routledge Revivals: Trade and the Empire (1903): Mr. Chamberlain's Proposals Examined in Four Speeches and a Prefatory Note - H.H. Asquith


First published in 1903, this collects together speeches given by H.H. Asquith to refute the charge that those who defended Free Trade at the turn of the century were ignorant or indifferent to act



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Routledge Revivals: Trade and the Empire (1903): Mr. Chamberlain's Proposals Examined in Four Speeches and a Prefatory Note - H.H. Asquith


First published in 1903, this collects together speeches given by H.H. Asquith to refute the charge that those who defended Free Trade at the turn of the century were ignorant or indifferent to act