The Empire in the World

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The Empire in the World

By E. Thomas Cook
Oxford University Press, 1937
323 pp. $3.50

This thoughtful book is the product of three authorities. Sir Arthur Willert, who was long press chief at the Foreign Office, writes on the foreign policy of the Empire. H. V. Hodson, editor of the Round Table, discusses the political and constitutional problems of the British Commonwealth in the light of recent events and future tendencies. B. K. Long, South African journalist, examines the economics of the Empire.

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