The empire and the century; a series of essays on imperial problems and possibilities, by various writers. With an introduction by Charles Sydney Goldman ... and a poem by Rudyard Kipling entitled 'The heritage.' With seven maps.
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Goldman, Charles Sydney, 1868-
Kipling, Rudyard, 1865-1936.
Great Britain -- Colonies.
xxiii, 895 p. VII maps (3 fold.) 23 cm.
--India: past, present, and future, by Sir C. Crosthwaite.--The frontier question, by Col. Sir T. Holdich.--The Indian army, by Lieut.-Gen. Sir E.H.H. Collen.--The states of India, by Lieut.-Col. Sir D. Barr.--Indian education, by T. Morison.--Ceylon, by Sir H.A. Blake.--Burma, by Sir F.W.R. Fryer.--Our imperial interests in nearer and further Asia, by V. Chirol.--Lord Cromer in Egypt, by Sir E. Gorst.--The longest river in the world, by Sir W.E. Garstin.--British rule in the Soudan, by the Hon. S. Peel.--The Nile as I saw it, by E.S. Grogan.--The tropics of the empire, by Lady Lugard.--The Straits Settlements and beyond, by Sir F. Swettenham.--West African possessions and administration, by Sir F. Lugard.--The East African Protectorate, by Sir C. Eliot.--The West Indies, by Sir A.L. Jones.--The administration of the crown colonies, by Sir F. Swettenham.
--pt. II. Constituents of empire: The making of Canada, by the Hon. C. Sifton.--The future of Canada, by W. Peterson.--Canadian agriculture and rural education, by J.W. Robertson.--Imperialism in Canadian politics, by J.W. Hills.--Canada and the Pacific, by G.R. Parkin.--The French-Canadians and the empire, by B. Sulte.--Australia and its critics, by the Hon. B.R. Wise.--Imperialism and Australian conditions, by the Hon. Sir J.A. Cockburn.--New Zealand to-day, by the Hon. W.P. Reeves.--Rhodes and Milner, by F.E. Garrett.--The prospects of a united South Africa, by G.G. Robinson.--The native question in South Africa, by Sir G. Lagden.--Land settlement and colonization in South Africa, by Col. O. Thomas.--Education in South Africa, by E.B. Sargant.--Some aspects of the mining industry in South Africa, by L. Phillips.--Our true relationship with India, by Col. Sir F. Younghusband.
Introduction, by C.S. Goldman.--The heritage, by R. Kipling. pt. I. The imperial organism: The imperial ideal, by W.F. Monypenny.--The crown and the empire, by B. Holland.--The law and the constitution, by J. Buchan.--Imperial trade, by H. Birchenough.--The maintenance of empire; a study of the economic basis of political power, by J.L. Garvin.--Free trade and the empire, by J.S.L. Strachey.--Education and imperial policy, by the Rt. Hon. R.B. Haldane.--The empire and the church, by the Rt. Rev. the Bishop of Stepney.--Imperial defence and national policy, by L.S. Amery.--The navy and the empire, by C. Bellairs.--The navy and the colonies, by the Rt. Hon. Sir J. Colomb.--The bond of military unity, by Maj.-Gen. Sir E. Hutton.--The nerves of empire, by the Hon. G. Peel.--Imperial postal services, by J.H. Heaton.--The mercantile marine, by E. Cecil.--Imperial organization, by R. Jebb.
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