studies the drawn-out rift between 19th century free traders and protectionists of Britain that ends with the decision of Prime Minister Robert Peel's to abrogate the Corn Laws. Corn Laws were a series of trade acts that had protected the agriculture of Britan for almost 200 years. It broke out into a savage fight between the landowners and the industrialists. This decision was considered to be a turning point in the history.
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