Smuggling

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Which goods are smuggles?
tea, coffee, brandy, dry goods
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Who are smugglers?
70%+ are labourers 10%- are small farmers, the rest were tradesmen, butchers and carpenters
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How well organised were the smugglers?
quite organised- worked in gangs at night
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Do smugglers have much local support?
Yes- local people get the goods they want for cheaper, shopkeepers- higher profit
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Why do people become smugglers?
Government raised prises of goods, and with the raised taxes people couldn't afford them
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Do people think smuggling is a serious crime?
Government- yes- loose money. Local people- no- their stuff for cheaper
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Who are smugglers?

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70%+ are labourers 10%- are small farmers, the rest were tradesmen, butchers and carpenters

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How well organised were the smugglers?

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Do smugglers have much local support?

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Why do people become smugglers?

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