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Excerpt from Proceedings of the Royal Colonial Institute, 1907-1908, Vol. 39But Mr. Oliver's purpose in depicting the circumstances and personalities of the great American struggle is to point the moral for his fellow Imperialists. A political organism, he argues in efl'ect, does not exist without sovereignty or government, i.s. An authority having at some vital point a direct hold upon each indivi...

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