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Title The Control of the Tropics
Author(s) Kidd, Benjamin
Section Section V: Race, Class, Imperialism and Colonialism, 1607-2007
Date 1898
Document Type Pamphlet
Place of Publication London
Publisher MacMillan & Co., Limited
Library British Library
Reference W17/7064
Region Africa
Names Benjamin Kidd
Places America, England, Siam, Burma, Egypt, Niger
Topics newspaper articles, The Times, Western struggle for control of trade in the Tropics, contents, part I (pp1-16), part II (pp17-45), part III (pp46-60), "The principles of the relations of our civilization to the tropics" (pp61-101), trade, free trade (p4), commodities, rubber (p6), cocoa (p7), coffee (p7), cotton (p7), sugar (p7-8), tea (p8), tobacco (p8), policy for successful relations with the Tropics (pp48-60), slavery (p65), exploitation of weaker peoples (p65), rise of anti-slavery (p69), abolition of the slave trade (p70), progress in the Tropics after independence granted (pp72-77), importance of moral justification in the use of military force (p78), ethics of Western civilization (p80), "doctrine of equality" (pp80, 83), how to develop the Tropics without recourse to forced labour (pp84-86), benefits of British administration in India (pp86-91), results of British administration in Egypt (pp92-96), duty to utilise the natural resources of developing countries (p96)
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