New World Challenge to Imperialism

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New World Challenge to Imperialism

By M. E. Tracy
Coward-McCann, 1940
395 pp. $3.50

The first part of this book contains an elementary, and at times naïve, interpretation of the rise of modern European colonial empires; the second is devoted to a description of the internal and foreign policies of the American republics. Mr. Tracy finds that the Old and New Worlds are divided by their antithetical ideas on imperialism.

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