Tariff Makers: Their Aims And Methods: A Sequel To Fact Versus Fiction, The Cobden Club's Reply To Mr. Chamberlain (Classic Reprint).pdf
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In the early part of 1904, on the conclusion of Mr. Chamberlain's first campaign on behalf of his scheme of Tariff reaction, involving a reversal of the principle of Free Trade and a return to the long-discarded methods of Protection, the Cobden Club appointed a Committee of some of its leading members for the purpose of drawing up a reply to the whole case which had then been presented.
The Committee was presided over by Mr. Shaw-Lefevre, now Lord Eversley. The other members consisted of Lord Welby, Chairman of the Club, the late Sir Spencer Walpole, K.C.B., Mr. Fletcher Moulton, K.C., now Lord Justice Moulton, Mr. F. W. Hirst, Mr. Murray Macdonald, M.P., Mr. Fisher Unwin, and Mr. H. M. Williams.
The reply was mainly devised and written by the Chairman of the Committee, but was carefully considered and revised, and in some parts extended, by other members. It was issued under the title of 'Fact v. Fiction,' and had a wide circulation.
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