1 edition of British colonial theories, 1570-1850 found in the catalog.
British colonial theories, 1570-1850
|Statement||With a foreword by H. A. Innis|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 429 p.|
|Number of Pages||429|
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British Colonial Theories Book Description: The purpose of this study is to present and examine significant British colonial theories on the advantages and disadvantages resulting to the mother country from the establishment and maintenance of overseas colonies. Knorr-Brit Col Theo [Knorr, Klaus] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Colonial theories: --Colonial theories: --The old colonial system: basic objectives, conceptions, policies --Adam Smith and the dissenters --Colonial theories: --Bentham, James Mill, and Ricardo --Emigration and colonization: --The fall of the old colonial system --Some additional items in the balance.
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British Colonial Theories, By KLAUS E. KNORR. With a Foreword by H. Innis. Toronto, The University of Toronto Press, xix, pp. $ Great Britain is the greatest colonial Power in the world. The British Empire, with its British colonial theories Dominions (which are equal mem-bers of the British Commonwealth of Nations), dependencies.
The English overseas possessions, also known as the English colonial empire, comprised a variety of overseas territories that were colonised, conquered, or otherwise acquired by the former Kingdom of England during the centuries before the Acts of Union of between the Kingdom of England and the Kingdom of Scotland created the Kingdom of Great Britain.
British Colonial Theories, By: Knorr, Klaus "The purpose of this study is to present and examine significant British colonial theories on the advantages and disadvantages resulting to the mother country from the establishment and maintenance of oversea colonies. The book is based on a series of undergraduate lectures on.
11 Klaus E. Knorr, British Colonial Theories – (Toronto, ), 62; P. Marshall, ‘Empire and Authority in the Later Eighteenth Century’, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 15 (), 12 Though for early attempts to consider this problem, from the dying decades of the British.
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Knorr First published inthis volume covers the period of the old Empire and of the readjustments of the second Empire which followed the failure of the old after the revolt of the American colonies, ending with the emergence of free trade, and is significant to the history of the American.
page note 2 Colonial Church Society, Annual Report, sermon by Rev. Bickersteth, 11–28; Stoughton, John, British Influence and Responsibility, London ; Dean Hinds, ‘Essay on Colonization’ in E. Wakefield, op. cit. Negative views of colonies, typically based on the American debacle or the effects of settlement on natives Cited by: 1.
British Colonial Theories – 1st Edition. By Klause E. Knorr. First published inthis volume covers the period of the old Empire and of the readjustments of the second Empire which followed the failure of the old after the revolt of the American colonies, ending with the emergence of free trade, and is significant to the.
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Another type of contest in which the states of this period engaged was the competition for colonies. Beer, British Colonial Policy, – (New York, ). Knorr, British Colonial Theories, – (Toronto, ).
British Colonial Theories Klaus E Knorr. 15 Dec Paperback. US$ Add to basket. A History of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Harold Adams Innis. The treatment given here will be confined to the British debate on colonies from the late eighteenth to the first decades of the twentieth century.
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By tracing the genealogy of laissez-faire, this book locates the historical background from which modern ideas of free trade, empire, and cosmopolitanism.