2 edition of future of colonial peoples,by Lord Hailey. found in the catalog.
future of colonial peoples,by Lord Hailey.
Hailey, William Malcolm Hailey Baron
A revisison of the Stafford Little lectures delivered at Princeton universtity, January 1943.
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This story is told in an undeservedly obscure book by Suke Wolton, , Lord Hailey, the Colonial Office, and the Politics of Race and Empire in the Second World War, (I have this thing for obscure development history books; this one is ranked #4,, on Amazon) The Japanese charge of British racism was certainly correct. In December of that year one Lord Hailey, who had produced the encyclopaedic African Survey in , Britain should readjust its approach to one of ‘partnership’, giving the colonial peoples a greater say in their economic and social development. division of the Colonial Office) to influence future policy.
(). Modernising colonialism: The British Labour movement and Africa. The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History: Vol. 34, No. 2, pp. In the interwar research of crucial figures such as Lord Hailey, as well as the large output in both the academic and popular press by Margery Perham on colonial development, we start to see the Lugardian orthodoxy questioned, and the significance of socio-economic change as a prerequisite for future decolonization come to the fore.
Lord Hailey’s The Role of Anthropology in Colonial Development advised that the objectives of colonial administration be expanded to include the improvement of . Hailey's text immediately superseded the extant standards, Frederick Lugard's The Dual Mandate in British Tropical Africa () and the American Raymond Leslie Buell's Native Problem in Africa (), as the primary point of reference on colonial Africa. 10 Like Macmillan, he noted that ‘the disturbances which occurred in some of the West.
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The Problem of Colonies The Future of Colonial Peoples. By Lord Halley. Issued under the auspices of the Royal Institute of International Affairs. (Oxford Uni- versity Press. 6d.) WHATEVER Lord Halley writes on colonial affairs is to be chewed and digested.
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Reviews. User-contributed reviews. This succinct but comprehensive review of the colonial problem grew out of lectures delivered last year at Princeton University by the author of the monumental work "An African Survey." Lord Hailey takes a conservative but by no means reactionary or "imperialist" view of the responsibilities of the Powers toward their colonial peoples.
In the end his program for making haste slowly may well. The Future of Colontial Peoples. By LORD HAILEY. Prince-ton, Princeton University Press; London, Oxford University Press, pp. $ Since there has been a notable shift in British opinion on imperial problems.
Faced, afterwith Hitler's demand for colonial revision, Englishmen proposed many types of concessions. This is a book review of George Weigel's The Courage to be Catholic-Crisis, Reform, and the Future of the Church View full-text.
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The Future of Colonial Peoples. by Lord Hailey. The Future of Colonial Peoples. by Lord Hailey (pp. ) Review by: Bryce Wood DOI: / The report of the Colonial Research Committee is signed by Lord Hailey as chairman, and it is proposed to present an annual report in April in future, that is, at the end of the financial year.
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By Lord Hailey. (Princeton: Princeton University Press. the colonial people; and we now have the third and latest stage, in which our declared objective has become the preparation of the colonial peoples for the status of self-government, I think, however, that one warning is necessary. It is difficult to express the aim of.
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Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. " 1 Lord Hailey, ‘Native Administration in Africa’, International Affairs, xxiii (), Hailey had previously used the term in October in an address to the University of Witwatersrand, later published as Lord Hailey, ‘World Thought on the Colonial Question’, African Studies, vi ().
Hailey, William Malcolm Hailey. and Great Britain. Colonial Office. and Great Britain. Office of Commonwealth Relations. Native administration in the British African territories / by Lord Hailey H.M.S.O London Australian/Harvard Citation. Hailey, William Malcolm Hailey. & Great Britain. Colonial Office.
& Great Britain. Three people declined the role, William Marris, George Schuster and Whitney Shephardson before the two year search was over. Lionel Curtis, a friend of Lord Hailey sounded him out and he was soon seen as an ideal candidate for the role.
Hailey formally accepted the role in. Book Reviews. Capsule Reviews ; author of "An African Survey," "The Future of Colonial Peoples" and other works More By Lord Hailey More: Africa Regional Organizations.
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K Misra (Book).- in his book, The Dual Mandate in Lord Lugard tried to draw together various ideas into a comprehensive theory of colonial policy which could then be applied to the African colonies.
Mandate to the indigenous population - this was the concept of trusteeship—the idea of promoting the welfare and advancement of colonial people.governments. Inan approach was made by the Colonial Offi ce to the Treasury for a large research fund as recommended in a lengthy and infl uen-tial volume on the state of Africa, An African Survey.
The author of An Afri-can Survey, Lord Hailey (), produced his book after a .