The Empire and Its Critics, 1899-1939: Classics of Imperialism

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Peter Cain
Psychology Press, Jul 1, 1998 - Philosophy - 2016 pages
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The eight books reprinted in this set played an important role in defining attitudes and expectations about imperialism on the British Left in the twentieth century. They are vital in understanding the transition from the liberal anti-imperialism of the nineteenth century to the more overtly socialist critiques of the twentieth.
 

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Contents

THE NEW COLONIAL CLAIMS
13
INTERESTED ATTITUDES
21
Chapter HI GERMAN COLONIAL POLICY
42
DOES GERMANY NEED COLONIES?
52
PART II
70
TRADE
78
JOBS
84
THE COLONIAL SERVICE
90
CIVIL AND POLITICAL LIBER
160
TAXATION
175
ANALYSIS OF IMPERIALISM
187
EMPIRE AND PEACE
200
SNUGGLING UP TO HITLER
215
THE ISSUE
223
PART V
233
A NEW DEAL?
239

EMPIRES A CLASS INTEREST
100
PART III
109
RHODESIA
118
GOLD COAST
125
UGANDA
131
HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES
139
WEALTH AND NATURAL
151
COLONIAL INDEPENDENCE
256
INDIA THE CRUX
263
TROPICAL AFRICA
274
WHAT CAN WE DO?
284
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
293
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