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British colonial policy in the age of Peel and Russell
W. P. Morrell
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First edition ; reprintedp. “When you change the government, you change the country” Paul Keating once said. You mightn’t detect it from the title, but this book is not only about colonial policy but also about the ramifications of a change of government on an issue of such importance to 19th British politics and imperial identity.
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By W.P. Morrell. Edition 1st Edition. First Published and the British Government of its objects, not to the. View abstract.
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British colonial policy in the age of Peel and Russell. London, F. Cass & Co.  (OCoLC) Named Person: Sir Robert Peel, bart.; John Russell Russell, Earl; Henry George Grey Grey, Earl; Henry George Grey Grey, Earl; John Russell Russell, Earl: Document Type: Book: All Authors /.
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The matter contained in this essay was collected in the course of an extensive study of the old British colonial system. At the outset of the investigation, more attention was paid to the development of the eighteenth, than to that of the preceding century; but as the work progressed, the necessity of treating the origins and establishment of the system on a larger scale became : George Louis Beer.
British Colonial Policy in the Age of Peel and Russell. By W. Morrell. (Clarendon Press. 25s.) Loan DURHAM'S Report of is rightly regarded as the starting point of our modern colonial policy, and has often been discussed.
How that policy was worked out under the Ministries of Peel and Lord John Russell in the twelve years from tois the theme of a very valuable book by Mr. W.P. Morrell is the author of Britain In The Pacific Islands ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 1 review, published ), British Colonial Policy in the Age o /5.
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