An Essay of the Impolicy of a Bounty on the Exportation of Grain (1804)
Mill provides a brief history of the Corn Laws and argues for their abolition.
An Essay of the Impolicy of a Bounty on the Exportation of Grain; and on the Principles which ought to regulate the Commerce of Grain (London: C. and R. Baldwin, 1804).
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Table of Contents
- ESSAY ON THE CORN LAWS.
- CHAP. I.: Of the History of the Corn Laws.
- CHAP. II.: Influence of the principle of Population upon the Corn Trade.
- CHAP. III.: Effects of the Bounty on the Rent of Land.
- CHAP. IV.: Effects of the Bounty on the Profits of the Farmer.
- CHAP. V.: Effects of the Bounty on the Value of Silver.
- CHAP. VI: Exportation.
- CHAP. VII.: Importation.
- CHAP. VIII.: Landlords, Farmers, and Corn-dealer's.