Imperialism: A Study (New York, James Pott & Co., 1902). http://oll.libertyfund.org/titles/127,
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A classic analysis of imperialism by a British economic journalist who explores the way in which mercantile interests in the home country can manipulate the power of the state in order to get benefits in the colony.
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