Reflections on the origins and destiny of imperial Britain, by J. A. Cramb.
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Great Britain -- Colonies.
xi, 315 p. 21 cm.
"The following pages form part of the more theoretic sections of a larger work, The origins of imperial Britain, upon which the writer [is] engaged."--Pref.
pt. I. The testimony of the past: Lecture I. What is imperialism? Lecture II. The development of the political ideal. Lecture III. The development of the religious ideal.--pt. II. The destingy of imperial Britain. Lecture IV, The war in South Africa. Lecture V. What is war? Lecture VI. The viscissitudes of states and empires. Lecture VII. The destiny of imperial Britain and the destiny of man.
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