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Free Trade and Protection Under the International. (SOLD) Charles William Smith - Victor Wentworth Odlum's copy

Free Trade and Protection Under the International - Copy of a Letter Etc to the Rt. Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, M.P. On the Question of Cobden's Real Free Trade-1846 to 1874, in comparison with the International Capitalistic Gambling Basis of the World's Trade and Finance - 1874-1904. London P.S. King, 1904.  xi, 256pp. Exceptionally scarce thesis heavily larded with anti-Jewish International finance themes.  Description: 256 pages, very good. Charles William Smith was a significant commentator in his day. Smith of Liverpool,  published a series of books and articles on international trade, including Commercial gambling: the principal causes of depression in agriculture and trade (Sampson Low and Co, London, 1893), Original theories upon and remedies for depression in trade, land, agriculture and silver (Sampson Low and Co, London, 1893); International, commercial and financial gambling in `Options and Futures' (PS King and Son, 1906),

 Victor Wentworth Odlum, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O. (21 October 1880 4 April 1971) was a Canadian journalist, soldier, and diplomat. He was a prominent member of the business and political elite of Vancouver, British Columbia from the 1920s until his death in 1971. He was a newspaper publisher, a Liberal MLA from 19241928, co-founder of the Non-Partisan Association in 1937, temperance advocate, one of the first directors on the board of governors that oversaw the new Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and a Canadian ambassador. He fought in the Boer War, the First World War and Second World War.

 

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