Book Review: Free Trade’s Ardent advoca…

Sir John Bowring was a remarkable if today unremarked figure in British history, ”here the intellectual, there the self-seeking opportunist, here the selfless radical involved in every kind of worthy cause, there the speculator and entrepreneur using his parliamentary and government connections to advance his family and other interests,” according to a new and deeply detailed biography by his distant relative, Philip Bowring.

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