The Historians and the English Reformation
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|Format: ||Paperback, 320 pages|
|Other Information: ||, black & white illustrations|
|Published In: ||United States, 17 October 2016|
Excerpt from The Historians and the English Reformation
When Cecil Rhodes looked beyond imperial to racial unity, he saw that it would be of advantage to all if Americans could be brought to live and study in the Mother-land. The writer of this page claims the distinction of having been a kind of Rhodes pilgrim before the Rhodes scholarships were invented. Led by a gentle and well-wishing inﬂuence, he went to seek the advantages of interchange. And these he estimates as the main advantages of interchange: To abominate war between these kindred nations; to diminish prejudice; to promote something like a scheme of reciprocal free trade in institutions and ideals, in scholarship, in traditions, and initiative.
I have, therefore, made a collection and reprint of some results in American historical work which I ask English people to exam ine, and of some English scholarship that I wish to introduce to a large class of my American fellow-citizens.
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