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School
University of Toronto St. George
Department
Political Science
Course
POL208Y1
Professor
Lilach Gilady
Semester
Winter

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Jan 24th y The repeal of the corn laws o Anti corn law league lobby interested group organizing to deal with free trade and protectionism y The historical record the repeal of the corn lawo 1846 0 the repeal of the corn lawsthe first significant shift towards freer tradel the anti corn law league the potato famine ideology o A unilateral actthe UK opens irself for potential exploitationo Why y Greater growth of trade due toIndustrial revolutionCheaper transportationBritain started and other countries followed y Trade prospered during great hegemony and greater political stability o Liberal hegemony in US contributed to free tradeo No hegemonymore protectionism and volume of trade will go down o Theory of hegemonic stability y Hegemonic creates stability and more free trade o Once britain repealed the corn law other countries followed y In the ab
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