Problems of the New Commonwealth

Problems of the New Commonwealth

Problems of the New Commonwealth

Problems of the New Commonwealth

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This little book consists of the revised text of three lectures delivered at the Commonwealth Studies Center of Duke University, North Carolina, in April 1957. Its form was determined by the fact that the first lecture was intended mainly for historians, the second for economists, and the third for political scientists, though there is a common thread and much of the audience was common. In a sense it is a sequel to The Commonwealth in Asia (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1951), which was based on lectures delivered at Magdalen College, Oxford, in 1949, and a companion to The Approach to Self-Government (Cambridge University Press, 1956), which was based on talks delivered in the Third Programme of the British Broadcasting Corporation in 1955.

One always feels a little apologetic about publishing material produced under such limitations of time and space. There is, however, considerable . . .

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