The White Man's Dilemma: Climax of the Age of Imperialism

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THE WHITE MAN'S DILEMMA
Climax of the Age of Imperialism

BY NATHANIEL PEFFER

THE JOHN DAY COMPANY

NEW YORK MCMXXVII

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The White Man's Dilemma: Climax of the Age of Imperialism
Table of contents

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  • Title Page iii
  • About the Author v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Chapter I the Issue: An Epoch in Liquidation 3
  • Chapter II Conquistadores, New Style 20
  • Chapter III China: the Classic Example 33
  • Chapter IV the Motives 66
  • Chapter V Backwardness and Riches 82
  • Chapter VI the Results--A World Overrun 99
  • Chapter VII Reaction: the Native Worm Turns 118
  • Chapter VIII Seeds of Discontent 128
  • Chapter IX Seeds of Hatred 141
  • Chapter X Where the Races Meet 157
  • Chapter XI Trumpets of Armageddon 183
  • Chapter XII Efficiency, Progress, Disillusion 194
  • Chapter XIII America Gets Its Stride 216
  • Chapter XIV the Reckoning 250
  • Chapter XV What Might Have Been 271
  • Chapter XVI Conclusion: Dilemma 287
  • Index 307
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