The Manchester School of Economics

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A history of the so-called “Manchester School” of economic thought which emerged in the 19th century in order to challenge protectionism, especially the corn laws in Britain. It continued a as force after the repeal of the Corn Laws in 1846 with its advocates promoting peace and free trade.

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The Manchester School of Economics (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1960).

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