2 edition of Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson found in the catalog.
Includes index.Bibliography, by R. E. Balfour: p. -268.
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|Pagination||xvi, 112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
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Spine slightly discolored on blue cover. The Chinese government is decentralized but stable, resting on immemorial custom and family loyalty; Western government is highly developed but constantly changing, often with the overthrow of long-established institutions. Eliot: Volume 1: 1898—1922, Revised Edition. Lowes Dickinson: and other unpublished writings, 1973, edited by Dennis Proctor, published by Duckworth, 287 pages, hardcover References [ ]• In his pamphlet After the War 1915 he wrote of his "League of Peace" as being essentially an organisation for arbitration and conciliation.
Contents lightly toned but still a clean, tight copy of this first edition.
Henfrey, Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1968, I, 324—5. A noted pacifist, Dickinson protested Britain's involvement in World War I. With financial help from his father, Dickinson then began to study for a medical degree, beginning in October 1886 at Cambridge.
Dickinson then settled down at Cambridge, although he again lectured through the University Extension Scheme, travelling to, and. If it is multi volume set, then it is only single volume, if you wish to order a specific or all the volumes you may contact us. He was a pacifist during World War I, and he was later instrumental in the conception of the League of Nations.
He was closely tied with the Bloomsbury Group.
He joined the in 1890, and served on its Council from 1904 to 1920.