The Grounds of an Opinion on the Policy of Restricting the Importation of Foreign Corn

intended as an Appendix to ''Observations on the Corn Law''

Published: 1815
Language: English
Wordcount: 10,704 / 38 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 23.5
LoC Category: J
Downloads: 502
mnybks.net#: 4696
Genres: Essays, Politics
Buy new from: Amazon or Barnes & Noble
Find it used: eBay or AbeBooks
Get as AudioBook: Audible or AudioBooks.com
Advertisement
Excerpt

ch I wished to give to my statements, and in which I have reason to believe I in some degree succeeded.(1*)

These previous statements, however, having been given, and having, I hope, shewn that the decision, whenever it is made, must be a compromise of contending advantages and disadvantages, I have no objection now to state (without the least reserve), and I can truly say, wit the most complete freedom from all interested motives, the grounds of a deliberate, yet decided, opinion in favour of some restrictions on the importation of foreign corn.

This opinion has been formed, as I wished the readers of the Observations to form their opinions, by looking fairly at the difficulties on both sides of the question; and without vainly expecting to attain unmixed results, determining on which side there is the greatest balance of good with the least alloy of evil. The grounds on which the opinion so formed rests, are partly those which were stated in the Observations, and partly, and indeed mainly, som

Cover image for

Download


show mobile phone QR code

Donate a small amount via Paypal below or read about some other ways that you can support ManyBooks.