Democracy and Empire, with Studies of Their Psychological, Economic, and Moral Foundations. Franklin Henry GIDDINGS.

Democracy and Empire, with Studies of Their Psychological, Economic, and Moral Foundations

New York: The Macmillan Company, 1900. First edition. 8vo; brown cloth with gilt spine, top edge gilt, x, 363, [5] pp. In this book, the American sociologist and economist, Franklin Henry Giddings, argues that democracy and imperialism are not mutually exclusive concepts and that "the combination of small states into larger political aggregates must continue until all the semi-civilized, barbarian, and savage communities of the world are brought under the protection of the civilized nations." A touch of rubbing to spine ends; lacking the dust jacket. An uncommon title in commerce. Near Fine. Item #05388

Price: $70.00

See all items by