Publisher, author [publisher] & political agitator Mel Hurtig dies at 84. Mr. Hurtig, who opened Edmonton’s first independent bookstore and went on to run for the federal Liberals, fight against free trade, publish The Canadian Encyclopedia, and write several searing commentaries about foreign ownership and cultural imperialism, has died in Vancouver aged 84. He conceived the idea of creating a Canadian encyclopedia after becoming irritated at seeing libraries full of Americanized history…

Publisher, author and political agitator Mel Hurtig dies at 84

Publisher, author [publisher] & political agitator Mel Hurtig dies at 84. Mr. Hurtig, who opened Edmonton’s first independent bookstore and went on to run for the federal Liberals, fight against free trade, publish The Canadian Encyclopedia, and write several searing commentaries about foreign ownership and cultural imperialism, has died in Vancouver aged 84. He conceived the idea of creating a Canadian encyclopedia after becoming irritated at seeing libraries full of Americanized history…

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EMPIRE PREFERENCE  Despite other countries increasing tariffs on British exports, Britain had failed to establish ‘Empire Preference’. A 1923 imperial conference suggested Britain should charge tariffs on imports while exempting Empire produce. But this might raise food prices, and the issue contributed to Conservative losses in 1923 elections.   When the Conservatives came to power in October 1924, therefore, they were acutely aware that Britain’s traditional commitment to free trade and…

EMPIRE PREFERENCE Despite other countries increasing tariffs on British exports, Britain had failed to establish ‘Empire Preference’. A 1923 imperial conference suggested Britain should charge tariffs on imports while exempting Empire produce. But this might raise food prices, and the issue contributed to Conservative losses in 1923 elections. When the Conservatives came to power in October 1924, therefore, they were acutely aware that Britain’s traditional commitment to free trade and…

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In June 1840 a fleet of British warships sailed into China's Pearl River Delta and unleashed a barrage of violence, overwhelming China's weak coastal defences and bringing the country to its knees. This was the First Opium War in which thousands were killed in the name of free trade.

When Britain made war on China

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