Torchlight procession in aid of the Anti-Corn Law League
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|Caption||The Hunger Fighters: A Man Haunted by Poverty. Richard Cobden helped to form the Anti-Corn Law League for he knew the law was bringing starvation to ordinary people. Torchlight processions were organised to ram the message home. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 502 (28 August 1971).|
|Creator||Angus McBride, British (1931–2007)|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|Richard Cobden Anti-Corn Law League Corn Laws starvation torchlight procession campaign aid Angus McBride|
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