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The New British Empire
The New British Empire
By L. Haden Guest
Murray, 1929, 334 pp

A book which will be welcome to many who have found it impossible to keep track of the rapidly changing relationships between different parts of the British Empire. The book is distinguished by breadth of view as well as by being well grounded as to facts. Economic, religious and cultural factors are given full consideration, and the author succeeds in rising above the mere data to some very interesting judgments of the British system and its place in the general international scene.