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England"s folly

S. Cunliffe Lister

England"s folly

a paper read before the silk section of the jubilee exhibition at Manchester, October 21, 1887

by S. Cunliffe Lister

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Published by published by the National Fair-Trade League in London .
Written in English

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    Statementby S. Cunliffe Lister ....
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    Throughout the book, Mr Kelly bemoans the tragic effects of human folly, neglect and Victorian ideology in causing the famine and its aftermath. He rejects the charge of genocide.


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