Social sciences Reference Reviews Volume 30 · Number 4 · 2016 · 10-16 that imperialism had a beneﬁcent side, then each. The text is well printed but the pages they have not made it into this book. are glued, not sewn; the casings are laminated This review has been fairly negative so far, with a map, but I am not sure how durable but if we set aside the question of the volumes will prove to be. It is a nice appropriateness, then the intrinsic quality of legacy of our imperial past that they were these essays has to be acknowledged. They printed in India. cover an impressive range of topics. There are John Kendall good general essays on German imperialism Freelance Reviewer, Bradford, UK 1871-1933 and the French, Dutch and British varieties of empire. Also covered is America’s special take on this: “dollar imperialism” in RR 2016/113 the era of McKinley, Roosevelt and Taft. The Sage Encyclopedia of African From the same period, the radical English Cultural Heritage in North America liberal J.A. Hobson and his “under-consumption” theory of Imperialism Edited by Mwalimu J. Shujaa and Kenya J. Shujaa gets not one but two essays. To develop the
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Published: May 16, 2016
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