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Ian Moll

country, as it had been in the 1IR. By the 1880s, Germany, France, Belgium, Italy, Britain, the United States, Denmark, the Swedish-Norwegian Union and Japan constituted a global industrial nexus: ‘No country outside of this “developed world” could be

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Takamichi Sakurai

] narcissistically inflated group does not have available a minority which is sufficiently helpless to lend itself as an object for narcissistic satisfaction, the group's narcissism will easily lead to the wish for military conquests; this was the path of pan-Germanism

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Leslie Paul Thiele and Marshall Young

military commander, it is said, always fights the last war. The French high command, after the Great War, ordered an extensive series of bunkers and underground railways constructed along its border with Germany. This heavily fortified Maginot Line was to

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Manufacturing Labor Discipline

Apprenticeship, Asymmetrical Knowledge, and Large-Scale Production in Britain and France, 1750–1820

Leonard N. Rosenband

piece rates and premiums, as many German producers had long done. 22 For the potter and the papermakers were engaged in a fresh project: they intended to transform apprentices into employees. Henceforth, these new men would direct their loyalties to

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Marc Matera

contemporary political culture.” 13 His conception of melancholia draws more on the social psychology of the German psychoanalysts Alexander and Margarete Mitscherlich than on Sigmund Freud's writings. Nevertheless, it is useful to return briefly to Freud

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Must Labour Lose?

The 1959 election and the politics of the people

Charlotte Lydia Riley

What is clear is that the Penguin Specials were intended to provoke discussion around a variety of important topics. The Specials were launched in 1937 with Edgar Mowrer's Germany Turns back the Clock ; on the back cover, the new series was described

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Introduction

Cultural Heritages and Their Transmission

Elizabeth C. Macknight

other parts of the world are further discussed in the third article of this special issue, which is written by Lorraine Macknight. Through careful examination of the cultural transmission of hymns, from nineteenth-century Germany and England to colonial

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Pan-African Linguistic and Cultural Unity

A Basis For pan-Africanism and the African Renaissance

Simphiwe Sesanti

of Ancient Egyptian civilisation. Courageously he took on the German philosopher, Hegel, who ‘knows nothing of Africa, has never been there, is oblivious to all the older sources of African knowledge that were extant then as now’, yet had the

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“Purely Artistic”

Police Power and Popular Culture in Colonial Algerian Theater

Danielle Beaujon

, explicitly called on artists to act “in service to the nation,” calling it a fallacy to pretend that art should be apolitical. After all, they pointed out, no one faulted French artists for using their craft to support the liberation of France from German

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Tuğçe Kayaal

or Germany) had a significant role in the rearticulation of these three notions in the Ottoman context. The introduction of European and American sexologists’ theories on gender and sexuality to Ottoman physicians paved the way to the transmission and