The Redemption of Democracy: The Coming Atlantic Empire

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6 The Redemption of Democracy

I AM TAKING a walk through the City. Elm Court in the Temple has been struck at just the spot where we spent so many absorbing hours; the precious library is destroyed. Only recently we were inspecting the splendid order and arrangement of this unique legal collection. The marvelous hall of the Middle Temple is demolished -- a room where the atmosphere of -- Shakespeare still lived. Pieces of an old, unbroken tradition are destroyed one after another; Holborn, close to us, presents staggering scenes of destruction. Memories of the last war come to life again.

Quand même! Things go forward; there is no flagging of spirit to be seen.

G. has had a bomb drop on his newest quarters. There is no safety anywhere; disaster lies in wait at every corner. Even this Little France, the secret spot in Kensington, a remembrance of the French émigrés in the days after the Great Revolution, has been hit. Ch. has been saved by a miracle; the façade of his house is simply blown away.

Things are disturbed again. The day is dull and lowering.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Part I 1
  • 1- The Steerage of the New Mayflower 3
  • 2- The Shattering of Security 9
  • 3- The Revolution of Nihilism is Universal 23
  • 4- The Very Heart of This War 33
  • 5- The Seafaring Democracies 41
  • Part II 61
  • 1- Hitler's Technique Again 63
  • 2- The New Social Basis 83
  • 3- The Unseen Revolution 107
  • 4- The Assimilation of the Revolution 129
  • 5- Leviathan 163
  • 6- The Redemption of Democracy 177
  • 7- The Mystery of Iniquity 195
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