Race and Rapprochement: Anglo-Saxonism and Anglo-American Relations, 1895-1904

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Fairleigh Dickinson University, 1981 - 237 pages
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Traces the historical roots of Anglo-Saxonism in Britain and America, showing how the theory of Anglo-Saxonism was developed, and demonstrates the extent to which political leaders allowed Anglo-Saxonist ideas to influence their diplomacy.

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Contents

Acknowledgments
9
Historical and Intellectual Antecedents
26
International Rivalry and the Struggle
62
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