TITLE

Tribute to an Island

AUTHOR(S)
Agar, Herbert
PUB. DATE
October 1941
SOURCE
New Republic;10/13/41, Vol. 105 Issue 15, p457
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on patriotism of British people for Great Britain; Opinion of the author on patriotism of British people in olden days being overdone; Information on sentimental to cynical patriotism of Americans, and Frenchmen; Report on the devotion of the people of England for their rulers and country; Focus on the patience of the British people in spite of bad social conditions; Information on deep conservatism of the British people; Acceptance by all classes of minimum violence and social change due to conservatism; Assumptions that the future of Britain will be better educated; Reason for British people being conservative and patriotic.
ACCESSION #
14691065

 

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