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Gladstone on Freetrade.

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, - ■' ' T.r> I*r>fw. Ms>y 12J Mr Gladstone,' ■■: | •■■.■-.•": ■•■■_■ IkCobden Club addr. r. M.- T'.'-iT. Potter,' admittect that was undergoing a' period' of danger, aid tliat' its: doctrines had lost much ffrnmifl during the past quarter of •■■■■'.\iy. owing to a lai'ge P extetit to I'.v-'i•■>>:) militaris'mt -The American and colonial action ,in excluding tha Chinese was projection pure and simple. It wks the virtues, and not the vices of the Chinese that were dreaded. He believed that Freetrade would triumph shortly in -America. ;

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Gladstone on Freetrade., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2430, 15 May 1890

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Gladstone on Freetrade. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XIV, Issue 2430, 15 May 1890

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