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British imperial trusteeship, 1783-1850

George R. Mellor

British imperial trusteeship, 1783-1850

foreword by Jack Simmons.

by George R. Mellor

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Published by Faber and Faber in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indigenous peoples -- Great Britain -- Colonies.,
  • Slavery -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 457-479.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination499 p. ;
    Number of Pages499
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21282508M

    Full text of "The New Cambridge Modern History" See other formats. Justice in South Africa. It was the British Imperial troops who finally accomplished what the colonial forces had been unable to do, namely the conquest of African tribal groups along the Colony's eastern frontier. By and large British troops were not drawn into police work, but they provided the shield of force behind which para-military.

    Mellor, a British historian and student of imperial affairs., states that the doctrine of trusteeship, which was kept alive by the evangelical elements in England, did not content itself merely with the role of policeman but also undertook the job of welfare officer What Professor Mellor seems to . Law at the Start of the Twentieth Century," Western Legal History 5 (, L >2Many studies have been made of the Indian Claims Commission. For a brief synopsis, see Prucha, The Great Father, supra note 22 at These quotations are found on pages , SummER/FALL

    Gorz’s book addresses the questions of why and how to continue the struggle against capital despite the relatively improved situation of the working class in ‘mature capitalist societies’. Gorz’s distinction between reformist and non-reformist reforms has been used by generations of activists in order to make sense of the objectives and. Their criticisms were directed against liberal historians such as C.W. de Kiewiet and W.M. Macmillan. In particular they challenged the arguments of TheOxford History of South Africa, M. Wilson and L. Thompson (eds) two Vols., (Oxford, and ); (see C. Saunders, TheMaking of the South African Past, Major Historians on Race and Class, (Cape Town, ), esp. pp. , ; and K.


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