The League. The Exponent of the Principles of Free Trade, and the Organ of the National Anti-Corn-Law League (London: Published at the Office, 67, Fleet Street, 1845). 1844 Part 1 (Jan. 6 – June 29 1844). http://oll.libertyfund.org/titles/2093,
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The organ of the National Anti-Corn-Law League was based in London and appeared between 1843 and 1846. It closed when the League achieved its goal of abolishing the Corn Laws in 1846. It was perhaps the first lobby group to use modern media methods to achieve its ends. It is not clear what the volume numbering of the series is. They are presented here in yearly installments.
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