The Colonial Problem

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The Colonial Problem

Oxford University Press, 1937
448 pp. $8.50

The report by a study group (chairman, Mr. Harold Nicolson) of the Royal Institute of International Affairs. The authors have sought to treat the subject as comprehensively as possible and have not confined their attention to the British Empire. They have subdivided their study into three parts: the international aspect; the colonial aspect; and questions of investment, trade, finance and land settlement. There are fifteen appendices and two maps.

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