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The Conservative Programme
'The Conservative Programme', 1872. This cartoon shows Benjamin Disraeli, the Conservative Leader of the Conservative Party. He is being questioned by Lord Abercorn about the Conservative policy. The caption gives in reply a snippet of one of Disraeli's recent speeches given at Crystal Palace, in which he said that the Conservatives proposed relying on the 'sublime instinct of an ancient people', rather than formulating a hard and fast programme of policies. From Punch, or the London Charivari, July 6, 1872.
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