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Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
Cain, P. J., Hopkins, A. G.
Establishes the concept of 'gentlemanely capitalism' and examines the growth of empire and many of its controversial episodes, including the partition of Africa, and concludes - against conventional wisdom - that Britain was still a dynamic imperial power on the eve of World War I.Cain, P. J. is the author of 'British Imperialism Crisis and Deconstruction, 1914-1990' with ISBN 9780582209657 and ISBN 058220965X.
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