Published in 1922, this book provides a history of the era as well as making reference to Britain’s colonial past. Egerton discusses British policies in her territories, as well as trials and tribulations that faced the British Empires influence at the dawn of the twentieth century.
1 . The Poverty of Europe : The Economic Equilibrium between the Continents of the World. 2. The Economic Expansion of Transoceanic Countries : Development at the Expense of Europe. 3. Raw Materials and Trade : Some Post – War Points of Views. 4. The Over- Population of the World: The History of the Growth of Population. 5. The Development of Japan and the Colonies of the White Races : Over Population , Japanese Concepts of Colonial Policy , Industrial Development. 6. Purchasing Power of the Colonies : A Higher Standard of Living for the Colonial Raced, Collectivism and the Special Form of Barbarianism , The land Question in Morocco. 7. The Lan Question in Mexico: Early Land Collectivism, Agrarian Policy and Revolutions. 8. Mussolini’s Expansion Policy : Italian Colonies and Colonization. 9. German Colonial Policy ; Colonies or Concessions? 10. The British Emigration Problem : Birth- Control and World Politics. 11. The Immigration Restrictions of the U.S.A : Secret Immigration and the Negro Problem. 12. Canada as an Emigration Country for Northern Races. 13. The White Man in the Tropics: The Problem of Cool Rooms. 14. The Creation of New Values : World Economy , Enterprise and Invention. 15. Index
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