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Mc Neill, chapter 18 in Jane Samson ed., British Imperial Strategies in the Pacific (2003), 349-62.
C37 1991British Periodicals and Newspapers, 1789-1932. John Weaver, The Great Land Rush and the Making of the Modern World, 1650-1900 (2003) Jan Aart Scholte, Globalization: A Critical Introduction (2000) For a discussion of globalization, imperialism, and ecology see: “Pacific Ecology and British Imperialism” by J.r.
X2 W37Dictionary of National Biography (Online Source—Library homepage Articles & More). G89 1996Victorian Studies: Available in stacks vols. For the intellectual transition from Enlightenment cosmopolitanism to the globalization of national ideology prior to 1900, see Tony Ballantyne, “Empire, Knowledge, and Culture: From Proto-Globalization to Modern Globalization” in A. Hopkins, Globalization in World History (2002), pp. For globalizing anti-colonial movements see, Robert K. Young, “Theoretical Practices of the Freedom Struggles” in Postcolonialism: An Historical Introduction (2001) pp.161-317.
V5; Available online through library’s journal list vols. GLOBALIZATION AND EMPIRE Deepak Lal In Praise of Empires: Globalization and Order (2004).
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