Stone Collection: Volume 23 - Item 17
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17. A. R. Abbott, “Britons and Blacks in South Africa,” Anglo-American Magazine (August 1900): 134-40.
Twentieth century version of the white man’s burden. “A nation like Great Briton, endowed with the power of transmuting everything it touches into gold, of quickening the dormant energies of decadent races, of disseminating the blessings of life, liberty, justice, stable government and beneficent rule to all within the sphere of its influence, cannot fail to bring happiness, peace and prosperity to the benighted millions of the dark continent.”