Western races and the world / essays arranged and ed. by F.S. Marvin.
By: Marvin, Francis SydneyLanguage: English Publisher: London New York [etc.] : H. Milford, Oxford university press, 1922.Description: 264 p. ; 23 cm.
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"Books for reference" at end of most of the chapters. Contents: Introductory: an educational problem, by F.S. Marvin. - -Language as a link, by J.A. Smith. - -Greeks and barbarians, by E. Bevan. - -The Roman empire, by H.S. Jones. - -The influence of Christianity, by A.J. Carlyle. - -The humanitarianism of the eighteenth century and its results, by S.H. Swinny. - -Europe and Islam, by Sir T.W. Arnold. - -The Indian problem, by C.H. Roberts. - -Western races and the Far East, by W.E. Soothill. - -The economic exploitation of the tropics, by J.H. Harris. - -Master and man in the tropics, by Sir S. Olivier. - -Mandates under the League of nations, by Sir S. Olivier.