• A. P. Thornton


To declare a context for decolonization is also to assume another frame of reference, for the British Empire itself. Indeed it had vivid visibility in the atlas. The map was painted red, as every schoolboy knew. But what else did he know?


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    H. G. Wells, Mr Britling Sees It Through (London, 1916), p. 79.Google Scholar
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    F. W. Chesson, ed., Political Writings of Richard Cobden, ii (1903), 375.Google Scholar

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