The Great Frontier

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The Great Frontier

By Walter Prescott Webb
Houghton, 1952
434 pp. $5.00

Mr. Webb makes the frontier--taken to mean all extra-European lands discovered since the sixteenth century--the major determinant of modern history. The hypothesis seems subject to many of the same criticisms which have been directed against similar approaches since Frederick Jackson Turner.

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