Economic articles, 1929-11 - 1948-11
Scope and Contents
Texts of articles by LSA on economic affairs, including: the Empire and economic unity, and the business men's manifesto; improving trade with Imperial Preference; Conservative policy on safeguarding British industry and Imperial trade; the state of the iron and steel industry; the Import Duties Bill (1932); faults in the National Government and Cabinet system; the history of the campaign for Imperial Preference, including Joseph Chamberlain and Free Trade; the International Economic Conference and the gold standard; trade treaties with Germany, Denmark and Argentina; vote of censure against the Government over Canadian tax proposals (1936); unemployment and the export market.
Also includes: memorandum on Imperial Economic Co-operation by R F Irvine, former Professor of Economics, University of Sydney [Australia].
- 1929-11 - 1948-11
Conditions Governing Access
The papers are open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.
Language of Materials
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DateText: The majority of folios date from 1929-36.
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