Anti-Saccharrites

1792 - King George III and Queen Charlotte drinking tea without sugar, urging daughters to do the same. At one point, almost 400,000 Britons gave up sugar as part of the anti-slavery boycott. [source NPR article "How Percy Shelley Stirred His Politics Into His Teacup" (image from Wikipedia)]

1792 – King George III and Queen Charlotte drinking tea without sugar, urging daughters to do the same. At one point, almost 400,000 Britons gave up sugar as part of the anti-slavery boycott. [source NPR article “How Percy Shelley Stirred His Politics Into His Teacup” (image from Wikipedia)]

1792 – King George III and Queen Charlotte drinking tea without sugar, urging daughters to do the same. At one point, almost 400,000 Britons gave up sugar as part of the anti-slavery boycott. [source 1=”article” 2=”How Percy Shelley Stirred His Politics Into His Teacup” 3=”(image” 4=”from” 5=”Wikipedia)” language=”NPR”][/source]

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